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Thread: The Vastness...................

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    The Vastness...................

    and the immensity of the distances...............blows your mind!
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    El título refleja exactamente lo que yo ví...

    The title reflects exactly what I saw ...
    Regards from Chile
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    ... that's more or less what happens when I admire in awe Your art and painting skills, dear friend. Apparently simple and absolutely powerful as an image and concept!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Ah. . . the fast vastness. . . why it reminds me of the time I was peering over the abyss and into the rabbit hole. . . I couldn't stop eating carrots for a month!

    You know, Pete, for all the simplicity of this painting, it really nails "vastness" quite effectively. I love that bit of illuminated space dust or cloud or whatever it is over to the right giving just enough of an impression of "you are here" compared with all that is out there. I think one of the things that you put in as a result of that sort of foreground element is how small everything is, meaning how far away everything is – – which of course says "vastness".

    Highly effective for the feeling it gives about distance and relative scale where it poses the question, "so now what are you going to do with this?"

    I think in every sense of the word you've proven that "less is more" and more and more and so on etc. to infinity and beyond. . . from this painting I do get it. Bravo!

    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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