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Thread: Deep Breath

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    Deep Breath

    an exploration into the emotive power of subtle line and color, as a deep breath leading into a meditation
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    Oh wow, this is both soothing and exciting in asymmetrical measures, bursts of energetic yellows amid these encroaching blue waves of almost ethereal energy, fed by a warmth of red structure. Could almost be a volcano in the eye of a hurricane. Nicely done.

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    Ohhh!!!
    This is Fantastic!!!
    Your style is so unique, singular.-
    Regards from Chile
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    Super technique. I love the marks. Great variety, very hand done textural. Would look great in a frame on a wall.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Outstanding Gary. WONDERFUL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delofasht View Post
    Oh wow, this is both soothing and exciting in asymmetrical measures, bursts of energetic yellows amid these encroaching blue waves of almost ethereal energy, fed by a warmth of red structure. Could almost be a volcano in the eye of a hurricane. Nicely done.
    thanks Delofasht, you got the basic premise of this work I am glad it resonates with you.

    btw I used several of your brushes in this..

    Quote Originally Posted by damasocl View Post
    Ohhh!!!
    This is Fantastic!!!
    Your style is so unique, singular.-
    thanks damasocl!. you have become a very welcome commenter on my works, I always look forward to your opinion

    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Super technique. I love the marks. Great variety, very hand done textural. Would look great in a frame on a wall.
    thanks DAkey I will be printing this one this morning!.. it originally was very dark but changed the blending mode on one of the layers and liked the bright lighter quality.

    Quote Originally Posted by byroncallas View Post
    Outstanding Gary. WONDERFUL.
    thanks Byron nice to see you back commenting here!..

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    OMG what a paradisiac vision! it speaks of memories and poetries and music and of great virtues, of soul and eternity, of feelings and sentiments.
    I cannot say why, but a movie title suddenly came to my mind: Il Giardino dei Finzi Contini (The Finzi Contini Garden), by Vittorio De Sica, a probably less renown masterpiece.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    OMG what a paradisiac vision! it speaks of memories and poetries and music and of great virtues, of soul and eternity, of feelings and sentiments.
    I cannot say why, but a movie title suddenly came to my mind: Il Giardino dei Finzi Contini (The Finzi Contini Garden), by Vittorio De Sica, a probably less renown masterpiece.
    thanks dear friend, I was wondering where you have been the past few days, so it was great to see you leave a comment, and what a beautiful comment thanks so much!. I would love to know what the movie was about, and why it popped into you mind but it must be a strong connection to have appeared to readily..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gxhpainter View Post
    thanks dear friend, I was wondering where you have been the past few days, so it was great to see you leave a comment, and what a beautiful comment thanks so much!. I would love to know what the movie was about, and why it popped into you mind but it must be a strong connection to have appeared to readily..
    I just got a flu and busy as well, dear Gary. Anyway I found at least this on Wikipedia in English about that movie which certainly deserves to be seen if You may ever find it ...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Gar...Finzi-Continis
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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