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    Primaries

    this was an exploration along the same line as some previous works, but I was playing with the introduction of more depth, texture as background and letting some bright bits of color pop on top of the rest. hope you enjoy this , I did!...
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    Remember those abstract spider webs that were spun when the insects were dosed with LSD? I think some dyslexic lab tech mistakenly dosed them with LDS (speaking in the Mormon Tabernacular).

    Love it. It's like Joan Miro was invited to design some stained glass ornaments for a modern church.

    Groovy!

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    Yes. Gary. Eyes and brain. Like diving down Into the depth and then up to the coloured Islands and also your detail on the picture frame

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    The colors do stand out

    Against the depth of the background! Fun little journey for the eyes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Remember those abstract spider webs that were spun when the insects were dosed with LSD? I think some dyslexic lab tech mistakenly dosed them with LDS (speaking in the Mormon Tabernacular).

    Love it. It's like Joan Miro was invited to design some stained glass ornaments for a modern church.

    Groovy!

    Ohhhh Joan Miro!? I learned to love his work at an early age and I guess it shows....

    Quote Originally Posted by eighty+ View Post
    Yes. Gary. Eyes and brain. Like diving down Into the depth and then up to the coloured Islands and also your detail on the picture frame
    ah thank you so much eighty+ I really enjoy having your comments , and I am glad you enjoyed this work.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilyn Anne View Post
    Against the depth of the background! Fun little journey for the eyes!
    thanks Marilyn Anne it was an interesting turn in the development of this painting.

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