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    the Red Door

    what IS behind the Red Door? back to my linear abstract expressionism.. please enjoy this beautiful day!...
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    Gary, this is so funny, I am just finishing a painting I named The Red Barn lol, this is another wonderful painting of yours, I am just in awe of all your art pieces, all are fit to hang on a wall, great job

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat1940 View Post
    Gary, this is so funny, I am just finishing a painting I named The Red Barn lol, this is another wonderful painting of yours, I am just in awe of all your art pieces, all are fit to hang on a wall, great job
    thanks Pat I guess we just had Red on the mind, and great minds think alike right!?

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    So why wonder. From the land of Ken Kesey and the Magic Bus. . .
    Presenting:

    Pat and Gary's Magic Barn!

    Check the link for the vague cultural reference:
    http://www.glastonburyorderofdruids.com/i/bus2.jpg

    Say, the Ploos Boos could do with a touch up. . .

    And if any offense is taken. . . I blame it all on flashbacks. . .

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    Never any offence taken DAkey, I am still laughing and I know Gary will get a kick out of this as I did

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat1940 View Post
    Never any offence taken DAkey, I am still laughing and I know Gary will get a kick out of this as I did
    I think our Gary has taken off with the Merry Pranksters. He was last seen swinging from a lamp post. Trust he's having a good time.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    I think our Gary has taken off with the Merry Pranksters. He was last seen swinging from a lamp post. Trust he's having a good time.
    HA!! yep I was abducted by the Merry Pranksters and on a road trip to harvest some special mushrooms etc near Eugene, Ken's old haunts..... I just had to grin at your clever mix of Pat's work and this one!... you are in rare form my friend!.... excellent..

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    Enjoying the fun going on!

    The painting is great Gary but when I think of a red door I think of Elizabeth Arden's salon in NYC where every floor of the building is dedicated to a different kind of pampering! Yes, I did get to go one time as a single gal in NYC. So I will look at your painting and think of that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marilyn Anne View Post
    The painting is great Gary but when I think of a red door I think of Elizabeth Arden's salon in NYC where every floor of the building is dedicated to a different kind of pampering! Yes, I did get to go one time as a single gal in NYC. So I will look at your painting and think of that!
    good story Marilyn Anne, sounds like that was quite the adventure for you!... glad you like the little diversion that D Akey played on us!.. I sure did

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    Quote Originally Posted by gxhpainter View Post
    what IS behind the Red Door? back to my linear abstract expressionism.. please enjoy this beautiful day!...
    A petrol pump of a service station?
    Ready for a long motorbike ride or driving far away in the wild in such a wonderful day?
    Curiously the linear structure desn't affect expressionism and freedom here. You don't have real constraints, just reference canons.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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