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Thread: Wind Chimes

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    Wind Chimes

    trying a little bit different take with and trying to "open" up the space in the painting.... hope you enjoy this experiment.
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    You made kites fly high over a gorgeous landscape. Free from thoughts and worries, just enjoying the winds and gusts of freedom.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    I like it!

    It is like a breeze was blowing over a town and these papers were caught in the breeze but they were important papers with meaning to them. Perhaps events or feelings but something about life happening.

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    Love your experiment.... Your abstracts are very cool and original....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    You made kites fly high over a gorgeous landscape. Free from thoughts and worries, just enjoying the winds and gusts of freedom.
    a sentiment I like and share with you on this one! thanks Caesar...

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilyn Anne View Post
    It is like a breeze was blowing over a town and these papers were caught in the breeze but they were important papers with meaning to them. Perhaps events or feelings but something about life happening.
    very nice Marilyn Anne glad you like this experiment, I have a few more planned... we will see how they go..

    Quote Originally Posted by kenmo View Post
    Love your experiment.... Your abstracts are very cool and original....
    thank you Ken it is not easy to keep ones work fresh and moving

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