Caedes

  From Palette to Canvas  

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Uploaded: 05/02/21 11:38 PM GMT
From Palette to Canvas
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The painter is poised and ready:) Thanks for looking.

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::koca
05/03/21 5:49 AM GMT
I can tell the painter that this is wonderful work, so colorful. Nice one, Bruce.
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::corngrowth
05/03/21 7:42 AM GMT
The palette of the master is an artwork on its own, Bruce.
If the painter is wise, he/she will sell it as a contemporary artwork.
The art connoisseurs will recognize this and will pay a fortune for it, 😁 !
Wishful thinking, Buddy?
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::Vickid
05/03/21 8:20 AM GMT
I never expected this work of art to be a palette, it is just so incredibly breathtaking beautiful, so glad you captured this. It is divine. Favorite.
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.LynEve
05/03/21 11:40 AM GMT
I love it !!!!
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::jerseygurl
05/03/21 2:42 PM GMT
Outstanding Bruce!!!! I love the iridescent blend of colors - Stellar Work!!!!!!!!
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::tigger3
05/03/21 4:19 PM GMT
Oh man I love this, exceptional. tigs=^..^=
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::Pjsee16
05/04/21 12:07 AM GMT
I love the muted colors as well as the sharper edges....its a vivid vision...probably worth a million in bitcoin!
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Gratitude to the Ancient Instructors "What they undertook came to pass. All things hang like a drop of dew upon a blade of grass." W.B. Yeats

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