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    "copper sunrise" acrlic paper

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    namlook fan 01 acyrlic paper niall irelandName:  namlook_fan01small.jpg
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    I enjoy the geometrics and the way you used the color. Very enjoyable and pieces homie.

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    I like where this is yet the geometric cubism has a look with some idea of what you are saying yet has nothing to say at all. The titles do not give me an indication of what I am suppose to know. The collection of works work together as a format. yet, no story is being told. And I find no direction you want to take this style of work. if feels the same. No motion. The first piece has life/death quality. the second feels like a garden, the third piece has a prospective, yet it is falling from the center of the page to the right. and the last piece is, besides the two images on the right top and bottom, has no where it is going. I do not discourage technique or style, I wish to encourage color theory and mood when creating a work. give the audience a place to go. An entry point into the piece and an exit. With these, the eye goes every where and there is no focal point. Also, patterns and balance may be a subject to read up on in the art world. It will assist in composition.

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    cheers sir pent , i laboured in construction in ny and london , so its art therapy class which is great for the head , and having worked in construction , there experiments on 1 vpoint perspective , (with a fantasy of architectural study )BUT , im too simple for architecture , so its music pencil paint which is very fun

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    My brethren, I have labored in construction sense 1993, and I must clarify, for my family so it has been an off and on thing for me. kudos. I would like you to think about how you worked on the job. you had to balance the wall before you stood it up, and you had to balance the corner before you bound it. you had to build a tee before you attached an interior wall and you had to build a floor before you did any of those things.

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    Like the way you use the colors and how you combine them!

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