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    Sidewinder

    really a take on this famous jazz work... hope you enjoy it.
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    Relieved to know its not about an air-to-air missile!
    It's certainly a jazz artpiece and I like the short and colorful notes you used and its crisp and sampled-pulse kind of sound.
    Mondrian confetti on a Rothko background?
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    Relieved to know its not about an air-to-air missile!
    It's certainly a jazz artpiece and I like the short and colorful notes you used and its crisp and sampled-pulse kind of sound.
    Mondrian confetti on a Rothko background?
    hee hee yes dear Caesar its not about military weaponry! but
    definitely a jazz artpiece. It certainly carries notes of Mondrian and the background you so astutely noted is a Rothko style. However
    my work is still dabbling with figure-ground relationships and not a celebration of the flat color planes. I have been studying some
    excellent and joyous works by some Canadian painters Jack Bush and Kenneth Lockhead. I really admire their break into the flat
    planes of color. I am not quite at that point yet but I have a feeling that might be an next step in my artistic evolution !

    btw please check out my new website! I am trying to take steps to become a more professional artist and develop a market for my work.

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    Best wishes then, dear Gary! Your site is very well conceived. Simple and effective and full of amazing and mesmerizing artpieces.
    Thank You for better explaining Your inspiring sources so as to even better appreciate Your efforts and actual achievements, which are absolutely impressive indeed!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar View Post
    Best wishes then, dear Gary! Your site is very well conceived. Simple and effective and full of amazing and mesmerizing artpieces.
    Thank You for better explaining Your inspiring sources so as to even better appreciate Your efforts and actual achievements, which are absolutely impressive indeed!
    Thanks dear friend so happy you checked out my site. I am getting the artwork printed by a company in Berlin Germany called WhiteWall. They offer a wide variety of substrates, paper, metal, canvas plus framed or not and they are amazingly quick. I printed a 30" square canvas with 1.5" deep stretcher bars and got it delivered to my door in 4 days! ..

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    Complex

    You've got a lot of complex things going here. I'm going to have to explore your previous work to see if you explain how to do some of this stuff -- I do love what you do!

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