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These are good, Stacey. With regard to 060822-9, this has a strong male energy if you invert it. And if you rotate it through 90 degrees, copy it, flip the second copy, and then join the two mirror images together, the resulting graphic is quite interesting. Good luck with your work.
Incredible work Stacey, magnificent images, and this comment above, some great experimentations to do with them, terrific stuff.The colors here are way out of sight, exquisite to say the least. Such a jewel.
I just had to come back and say that I see a Buddha, sitting above, with a hat on, a terrific little face, huge legs crossed, wow, great! Did you do that on purpose?
Hi Alcuin, you have a good eye for these things. I tried to conjure up your idea in my mind and it took a lot of flipping, rotating and inverting. One must definitely have a third eye for that kind of thing. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for checking out my art.
Hi Jim, thanks as always for your super compliments, you know how much I appreciate them. These nice words feed my desire to work harder on this form of art.It's interesting that you saw a Buddha in this piece. I think I can see it now, too. At first, I had seen a heart. I really like hearing what others see. It's kind of like the ink blot test.
I see the heart, but the whole piece has a flavor of India about it, to me. Like images of Krishna and Shiva. The Hindu gods.
Hi K., nice that you see something Hindu in this piece. I'm a big fan of art that includes Krishna and Shiva. I have a small metal statue of Shiva in my home. (Not to mention all the Buddhas I've got scattered all over the place.)When I was in college, my favorite class was Religions of the East. I loved the stories of Krishna and the Gopis.
K, by the way, I visited the link you gave me. The art on that site is so lovely! Thanks for sharing it with me.
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