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    Lighting Bleu

    95% knife, the other 5? i forgot
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    There is such drama in this painting. Love it.

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    thank you so much RedSaucers .

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    Lots of motion and beautiful colors Rondo

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    Very clever painting. Such drama and yet such beautiful soft colours!

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    thank you all so much for your kind comments appreciate.

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    Curtain opens on an audience with the Ice Queen. Follow protocol, respectful manners. One slip and over the edge you go. . . Did you remember to bring the Haagen Daz?

    I think you'd like J M W Turner's watercolors of the Fire of London.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=J+M+...ed=0CAYQ_AUoAQ
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    thank you sir D Akey, unfortunately i think you lost me here as i'm not so good (at all) in history of art and related stuff. think i'm suffering from a rear illness;( as i'm not a artist in the real sense of the word;(, it seems i have a muti color illness,something in the line of not been able to multi task but then in the use of color.

    I really hope i make sense somehow ,lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rondo View Post
    thank you sir D Akey, unfortunately i think you lost me here as i'm not so good (at all) in history of art and related stuff. think i'm suffering from a rear illness;( as i'm not a artist in the real sense of the word;(, it seems i have a muti color illness,something in the line of not been able to multi task but then in the use of color.

    I really hope i make sense somehow ,lol
    Ha. No, not much, but you've returned the favor since my humor didn't make sense to you.

    Anyway, you don't need an art degree to understand Turner's paintings, if you wanted to click the link. If not, no big deal. Just a passing thought.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Wow I love those icy colors. That's my favorite color range! And I agree, there is so much drama here...
    Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.

    ~ Henry Ward Beecher

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