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    Wow good works

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    Hi George,
    these pieces capture the atmosphere of the great war with an accute and profound sensitivity. Your art depicts the chaos of the battlefield , tortured wire, mud, and death.
    Amazing project and your timing is perfect to show these works as we approach the 11th of November.
    Thanks for sharing, John

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    Thank you very much for sharing your art. It is quite nice to see art done at this level with traditional media. Very strong work.

    I love the soldier throwing the grenade, the "Find Me a Voice" trio and the guitarist in "See You In Hell, Blind Boy" (which is a beautiful line by the way).

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    these are so beautiful! thank you for posting them!

    I'm actually romanian myself and i'm happy that our guys have decided to finally turn to someone like you for this project. I'm really really glad you're on it and i can't wait to see how things work out.
    Congratulations and good luck from us artists in Romania!
    All the best wishes and thank you, frate! [brother]

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    Thanks, all who have responded to the work I've posted. Very much appreciated.

    Slayer, I was very fortunate to be contacted for the Romanian project and even more fortunate to get to go to Romania and see the sites firsthand. Beautiful country, incredibly warm and friendly people. Incredible history there, the least of which is the Dracula legend.

    Thanks for the names, I'll be checking them out for sure!

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    hello again, george.
    Glad you liked our little country and next time maybe we can get together!
    You're absolutely right about the Dracula thing, it's been bugging us for years that foreign visitors seem to see / care about nothing else
    Hope you'll be posting more, I'll be coming back for more of this goodness. Cheers!

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    This work effects me deeply. Thanks.

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    The soldier throwing the grenade is just so amazing! For me, this kind of bold, sketchy traditional work is an ultimate proof of ones skills... Thanks for showing this!

    All the best,
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    These are quite beautiful George. Lovin' the engery of all them.

    Thanks again for the crit on Wed. Much appreciated.

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    Thank you again for the crits on Wednesday George, very informative and helpful.
    Love the work in oils with tar. I know far to little about traditional media but they look kinda..more alive(?) then the regular oils. I don't know if I ever seen tar used in paintings (not aware of it anyways)...

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    Your War art is amazing, I get a real sense of coldnes in each picture - thanks for posting such inspirational artwork!

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    Had great times at the review session George, it was a real pleasure to sit in on your thinking.

    These are so eloquent and masterful, man.
    Especially the last piece of each set; the guy tossing the grenade and the portrait of the young woman turning to look at the viewer; those 2 just blow my nuggets out, the control over lines is just nuts....NUTS!

    Hope to see you around more!

    Best wishes to you and yours,
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    Thanks a Ton for the Crit George. Listening to everyone's portfolio reviews really helped shed some light on aspects I had only started to understand. Its been a huge help, and im beyond excited to apply the new knowledge.
    I love that red ink piece with the solider tossing the "potato masher"

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    Thank you for posting here George! Great stuff!

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    Hi George. Thanks for the preview, very inspiring.

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