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Panasonic
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DMC-FZ28
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Apr 2, 2012, 5:28:08 PM
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eden by kuuramantoonis eden by kuuramantoonis
eden

acrylic, gel pen, ink, metallic gold paint, glitter nail-polish on canvas. 11" x 14"

eden turns on it's mother like a junctioned G.F, devouring memories
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denhamfineart Feb 14, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
amazing
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:iconcheesevision:
I just can't stop staring at this one, and absorbing all of the details.
I like, I like!
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:icongoldenstrings:
Oooh this is really cool. It kind of looks as if whatever is happening here is taking place in a timeless standstill zone.
There are so many details here, you're really really good <3
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kuuramantoonis Apr 7, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
thanks hon! I'm REALLY glad you like it. it was hard to push this baby out :<
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:icongoldenstrings:
Well it doesn't look like it was, it looks really great <3
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:iconkidkovdrop:
This makes perfect sense!
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kuuramantoonis Apr 6, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
haha you think so? most don't get it. I would explain, but the explanation is meant for the zine and its really long winded
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:iconkidkovdrop:
I am, perhaps, being a bit simple. I mean visually it makes great sense to me. I'm not big on verbal explanations of paintings.
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kuuramantoonis Apr 9, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
thanks a bunch. I'm glad you like it and it makes sense.
yeah, me either. I want to explain them all because it feels like some of them really need it but it'd be like ripping out my insides
for people to look at and I'm not sure I want to be that vulnerable.
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:iconkidkovdrop:
I am of the op that interpretations tell more about the interpreter than the artist. Some people are pretty skilled at reading basic tells, but in the end I consider my paintings much like a Rorschach test, even for myself. I find great insights later on, long after I completed a piece. Now, does that make sense?? Probably not...
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