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Thread: Decline (two versions)

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    Decline (two versions)

    Nothing left inside, nothing outside.
    Trying to recreate a decadent atmosphere.

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    You are successful, my friend. I can feel it, feel the air...

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    A new version.


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    Very nice - misty and mysterious.

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    Nice paintings. Poignant message. You're not the only one with those thoughts.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    beautiful work, to me they have slightly different messages, the first one more abstractly opens a window or mirrored view into a misty empty land, while the second has more of the that same emotional quality but places me in one landscape and looking into another similar one if that makes sense.. great design and color

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ostogar View Post
    Nothing left inside, nothing outside.
    Trying to recreate a decadent atmosphere.
    Thought pervoking images... A mirrored view of reflections of 'decline' within itself..to me a wish of abandonment of decadence with nature reclaiming and correcting past trespasses...wow, may be way off here with what I see in your images...But do throughly enjoy seeing these paintings...
    Take care,
    Steve

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    Dreamy and beautiful. Very nice!

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    I love these, beautiful enough to hang on a wall, especially the second one, but both are done very well

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    These are very nice Ostogar. Like fragments of memories, moody and mysterious.

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