Like your (g)rounded approach :-) This is an interesting series, even though individual pieces are quite different, they still seem to belong together in some strange way.
You have woken up my brain cells with your interesting offering(s)!!
OK, definitely ... I buy the second!
three ways to be grounded!!or rounded...!nice to see the theme as this!
Hello man of a thousand f(aces). Did I once tell you I was an ace at c(ards). Ahh I l(ike) this (game).Well sorry to be scarce. It is self fulfilling prophecy on my p(art) :)But seriously, I go with number two also. Lovely. You have a wonderful compositional sense. As also shown in those photographs below.see you when I stick my head up above htwooh again! (Hliittle2Oh)
hey artcheck this http://www.parkeharrison.com/slides-architechsbrother/index.html
I just saw that you are back. This has made my day. So happy! Your first piece speaks to the lover of dance (and people) in me. Wonderful!PS: I like artichokes...especially ones that blog good art. Welcome back.
Yesss... this works for me. You always make it all so clear, especially the Shakespeare part. Genius!
Thanks for visiting and commenting....@Andrew: thanks for a great link!! Very good, my cup of tea !!!@ Lisa Graham Art : ha, thanks !!!! I like artichokes too, but cooked or on pizza!!! :)@ Ted: thanks, you are welcome. I am happy it is all clear now.... :D
i see there is one symbol---sorry if i call it "symbol", because i don't know what that means, im stupid :/ that is disappearing piece by piece...