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Thread: If Walls Could Talk

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    If Walls Could Talk

    Always fascinated with old house, and wondered if only the walls could tell us the stories,ref internet
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    A lot to like in this one Pat - challenging perspectives which you have executed so well and I really like how you have mixed the colours together on the canvas.

    I like old houses too - ours in an old schoolhouse dating back to 1852 - old by Australian standards but just a youngster compared to the buildings I have seen on my recent travels.
    June.

    Oh God of homeless things, look down
    And try to ease the way
    Of all the little weary paws
    That walk the world
    today.
    -
    Unknown.

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    love this one Pat!. the colors and sunlight are amazing , very richly done!..

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    If wall could talk they would say, "Where's Vincent gotten off to. We called him in to paint the room and he said he did, but I didn't notice. . . "

    This is really nice, pat. Has a very post impressionist kind of vibe for me, which of course is a real crowd pleaser. The way you painted it, it does in fact convey a story, though it's not clear what that story might be. All the colors make it up to be a fascinating place for sure, and I would read the short story that would go with that. Actually, it would make for a really nice backdrop for a one man play. It looks like it has lots of dimensions to it, as would the character being acted out, no doubt.

    Very cool. Go Pat!!!!!!!!!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    You are growing

    Your work is just getting better and better! Wonderful atmosphere. What a life must have gone on there.

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    June, Gary, Mr D and Marilyn, thanks to all of you for your kind comments, always appreciate them

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    Excellent!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thank you Caesar, for checking it out

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    Pat, this looks like it should be on the cover of a paperback novel.

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    Love this, Pat. your colours, strokes and the scene are all great

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