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Uploaded: 07/28/11 10:48 PM GMT
Two Women
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Two Women


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07/28/11 11:03 PM GMT
Really a unique and cool creation, love those blues John. Looks like a Batik
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07/28/11 11:16 PM GMT
Another fine creation John. Keep them coming!
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"If I should leave this path of life today, I would carry the vision of Gods' rose blooms with me as I go......" -- Stan V. Griep
07/28/11 11:47 PM GMT
I think one of them has a headache Shads. I see three women but what do I know. The tones and shapes are things of beauty.


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Cameras are like people--sometimes they lose focus.
07/28/11 11:51 PM GMT
You post some beautiful images, John, but you'd better have your lens repaired. That's a nasty diagonal scratch. I hear they have a plastic compound that you just paint on the lens with a paint roller, and it makes the scratches disappear.

This has a Picasso look to it. Did he help with this portrait.

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07/29/11 1:26 AM GMT
From the poses it looks to be expectant mother and mid-wife. Another great looking creative piece of art, John.
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There is nothing in the world of art like the songs mother used to sing. - Camille Pissarro
07/29/11 1:31 AM GMT
Did you really do this? Quite thought provoking and very intriguing John. Outstanding work!
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07/29/11 1:49 AM GMT
An image to explore and see something more (and different ) each time.
Very creative John :)
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My thanks to all who leave comments for my work and to those of you who like one enough to make it a favourite. To touch just one person that way makes each image worthwhile. . . . . . . . . .. . . . "The question is not what you look at, but what you see" ~ Marcel Proust . . . . The aim of argument, or of discussion, should not be victory, but progress." ~ Joseph Joubert (1754-1824)
07/29/11 1:53 AM GMT
Pretty durn tootin' cool!
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07/29/11 5:33 AM GMT
very very complex john,and so deep, i love your work, you are a master my friend.
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07/29/11 8:16 AM GMT
You've pushed creativity one step forward, my friend. You make surrealist masters jealous about your work. Masterful work.

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07/29/11 8:32 AM GMT
Very artistic..Like an old master..R.
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I can smell the sunlight on your skin. Listen to them. Children of the night. What music they make!
07/29/11 9:29 AM GMT
So intense, and so well done, you shine with the creativity of this my friend. Tigs♥ =^..^=

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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
07/29/11 10:16 AM GMT
If you go on this way, your name may be added to this list, John:
Jean Arp, Hans Bellmer, Willem den Broeder, Salvador Dalí, Paul Delvaux, Leonor Fini, René Magritte, Max Ernst, Frida Kahlo, Willem van Leusden, Joan Miró, Jopie Moesman, Yves Tanguy, Paul Klee, Willem Wagenaar, Alberto Giacometti, and Zdzisław Beksiński.

Regards, Cornelius.
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07/29/11 10:41 AM GMT
I like that there is so much to explore and consider. I agree with Tick, such beautiful shapes and color tones. For some reason I sense a trapped feeling and longing. I have questions yet I don't want to know... Excellent!
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07/29/11 12:42 AM GMT
It appears, John, that you're developing a gallery within a gallery here. These last four are as unique from your previous work as anything can be, much the way a traditional canvas artist will try something completely new to see if it "works." I come from the traditional art background (a fine art major, 30+ years ago, and still in that field...somewhat [geez, I'm rambling like Les!!!]) and I can tell you this style you're experimenting with does, indeed, "work." Am looking forward to more in various categories (ie., flora, fauna, machines, etc. - the possibilities are endless - and even if I don't comment on everything, I am still viewing). Some folks don't care for the "sharing" concept in comments but I know you are and we appreciate it. Thanks for opening us up to something different.
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07/29/11 1:09 PM GMT
This is not only well done, it is well thought out. I especially like how seamlessly the lower torso of the horizontal female is also the upper torso of the vertical female. I really can see this on a wall in a gallery. Excellent work.
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There are 00000010 kinds of people in the world. Those who speak binary and those who don't. -mw
07/30/11 2:49 PM GMT
Fascinating abstract ... I see the 2 women also. Love the blend of colors. Creative work, John.
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08/03/11 10:54 AM GMT
Beautiful abstract. Great colors and very well put together.
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08/05/11 12:44 AM GMT
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