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Uploaded: 03/20/11 5:40 PM GMT
Red Bow
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my attempt in creating a fairly traditional fruit scene, still life but was trying to use my imagination to supplant reality. then everything went up hill. i like my sky.

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::cynlee
03/20/11 5:46 PM GMT
Nice bright, bold features to your painting. I also like the angle of the photo. You do think outside the box even with the most innocent subjects. I like the curtains and the wall paper and the fruit best.
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.blithe16
03/20/11 5:51 PM GMT
the wall paper, i appropriated the idea from my (mother decorated laura ashley) room i grew up in until I was ten. =) happy you liked and appreciate.
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how can one use letters, words or prose against its own institution? is it not to say that this accepted alphabet can portray intolerable thoughts against itself; the reflection of these words represent the meaning of ones mindless inquiry, generalizing became this text. . .read the marks behind a letter of assurance/ freedom is jailed within. . ." _ EaB
::biffobear
03/20/11 5:54 PM GMT
To me the sky looks troubled...Cool canvas...R.
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.blithe16
03/20/11 5:58 PM GMT
yea i meant to note, cynlee's likes of this painting are the attempts of me trying to introduce sweet and/or realism , the sky not so much
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how can one use letters, words or prose against its own institution? is it not to say that this accepted alphabet can portray intolerable thoughts against itself; the reflection of these words represent the meaning of ones mindless inquiry, generalizing became this text. . .read the marks behind a letter of assurance/ freedom is jailed within. . ." _ EaB
::0930_23
03/20/11 6:45 PM GMT
So much symbolism scattered throughout this B16. A fallen cross with the red, white and blue behind it. I see some blood in form of the apple and tie. I must be in a downer of a mood today. The yellow shows emotion in my mind.

TicK


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Cameras are like people--sometimes they lose focus.
.rvdb
03/20/11 6:58 PM GMT
Another very good painting as only critique may look better as a vertical picture instead of a horizontal picture.

Rob
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.Eubeen
03/20/11 8:11 PM GMT
So that's the colour of the sky in your world. I see happy penguins dancing through it, so it can't be that bad. A nice still life though it is missing the traditional pear often seen in such paintings. Good work on your painting and an interesting presentation.
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
.blithe16
03/20/11 8:33 PM GMT
hahah wendell, can't kill your optimism can I?
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how can one use letters, words or prose against its own institution? is it not to say that this accepted alphabet can portray intolerable thoughts against itself; the reflection of these words represent the meaning of ones mindless inquiry, generalizing became this text. . .read the marks behind a letter of assurance/ freedom is jailed within. . ." _ EaB
::tigger3
03/20/11 10:09 PM GMT
Very creative, out of the box, and well done.Tigs♥ =^..^
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.MackMan
03/21/11 12:09 AM GMT
Well I think I saw the penguins Wendell suggested. Admittedly, there are bright colors. However, next time you might want to use fresh fruit for your models as these give the appearance of a molding apple, a yellow- brown something-or-other and more unknowns. You might want to paint the (wooden cup?) a different shade to distinguish it from the “exposed table”. A splendid attempt filled with possibilities…
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.blithe16
03/21/11 12:52 AM GMT
Thanks, first attempt of drawing fruit (I probably should have looked at some fruit while painting/unwise -no models), just drew from my mind, my mind apparently makes yellow brown somethings.
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how can one use letters, words or prose against its own institution? is it not to say that this accepted alphabet can portray intolerable thoughts against itself; the reflection of these words represent the meaning of ones mindless inquiry, generalizing became this text. . .read the marks behind a letter of assurance/ freedom is jailed within. . ." _ EaB
::casechaser
03/21/11 2:50 AM GMT
I see grapes and bananas, and an orange, and an apple. I see them becoming ripe while sitting on the table enjoying the effects of the sun light coming in the window. I see a red bow and can only imagine the gift it once rested on. The sun is rising, the morning is moving on, a day is coming.
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.blithe16
03/21/11 2:52 AM GMT
accurate and well put as usual casechaser, although this is night but then again there is a sun (apparently didn't care about making sense with the sky)
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how can one use letters, words or prose against its own institution? is it not to say that this accepted alphabet can portray intolerable thoughts against itself; the reflection of these words represent the meaning of ones mindless inquiry, generalizing became this text. . .read the marks behind a letter of assurance/ freedom is jailed within. . ." _ EaB
::busybottle
03/23/11 6:21 AM GMT
Emily
I do like the sky that is seen through the windows being that it is night the inside is well lit to see these ripening fruit so well. I like the thickness of the paint you applied. Very well done!
Paul
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