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Thread: Garden Melody

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    Garden Melody

    loose brush calligraphy and spring time colors, hope you enjoy this
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    Brilliantly done but can I expect less from you Gary? I think NOT...LOL ... :-)

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    Just have to repeat Ken, Gary, love, love this one, another favorite for me

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    Beautiful. Such a happy painting

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    What an absolute marvel, dear Gary. Much in line with your village festival evolution and both among Your best ones, masterpieces of Your grand style canon!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenmo View Post
    Brilliantly done but can I expect less from you Gary? I think NOT...LOL ... :-)
    thanks kenmo, hope your dad is doing better!.

    Quote Originally Posted by pat1940 View Post
    Just have to repeat Ken, Gary, love, love this one, another favorite for me
    thank you dear Pat, I am glad you like this cheery painting.

    Quote Originally Posted by vandra View Post
    Beautiful. Such a happy painting
    thank you vandra, I am settling into a happy retirement..

    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    What an absolute marvel, dear Gary. Much in line with your village festival evolution and both among Your best ones, masterpieces of Your grand style canon!
    Thanks dear friend, I have picked up a few new ideas during my time off from the forum. Your comments and support have meant a lot to me over the years.

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    Nice. Absorb everything, sez I. Intriguing process. Glad you're coming back around to share your work. Always a great pleasure to see. I imagine that now with more time on your hands you can exploit some of the subtler qualities of what the world's art universe has to offer your work. Must feel like being back in school with all this ability to pursue your interests with so many things to see and think and try as you assimilate this and that. Little things can produce big break throughs.

    Nice painting. You certainly have a strong base line and sensibility to keep it from going off kilter. Now it's all levitation.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Nice. Absorb everything, sez I. Intriguing process. Glad you're coming back around to share your work. Always a great pleasure to see. I imagine that now with more time on your hands you can exploit some of the subtler qualities of what the world's art universe has to offer your work. Must feel like being back in school with all this ability to pursue your interests with so many things to see and think and try as you assimilate this and that. Little things can produce big break throughs.

    Nice painting. You certainly have a strong base line and sensibility to keep it from going off kilter. Now it's all levitation.
    How funny, I just posted a new one called "In Flight" which is another take on the simple arrow shape I did once before. Yep watching lots of YouTube videos that show a variety of techniques which I take and try to apply to my particular style and ability, some work better than others but it is an absolute delight. I just got my new printer as well ( Epson Stylus Pro 3880 ) but have yet to get the papers I want so just using some old Epson papers I had lying around. It prints amazing detail and colors are fantastic and it goes up to 17x22" . I am thinking that I can use Photoshop to make a 34x 44 image by printing it on two sheets and mounting them on gator board or some substrate... anyway lots of fun things to try!.

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    With all kinds of pretty flowers

    Lovely garden plots like we saw out riding around in our lovely spring weather.

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    It makes me glad that spring is here! Lovely!
    Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.

    ~ Henry Ward Beecher

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