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    Little Boy Blue

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    Added 2017-09-05 17:49:24
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    As children, we did so much more than the kids of today. It was simpler times and we had to be more creative. I remember climbing fences, trees and skipping rocks along the beach. I guess it's true that necessity is the mother of invention and the less you have, the more creative you become. My sisters and their friends played a lot of hopscotch. We rode in the back of flatbed trucks, made our own slingshots and explored many things when we were growing up. Times sure have changed. We don't see many kids out playing any more. (too much texting...ha ha ha).

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    Name of Artist: Brian LaSaga
    Width (inches): 8
    Height (inches): 10
    Country: Canada
    Media: Acrylic
    Painting Style: Representational: Figurative / Other

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    1.80
    Are you kidding me?

    Needs more work and discipline. Keep painting but learn foreshortening and composition skills. Skies run from back to front and front to back.....not top to bottom. I'm not preaching, I'm just educating.

    5.00
    PATTERNS, ETC

    I love the light in this piece. Watercolor is such a beautiful medium when executed properly like this. Kudos to Chris on this piece. Love the folding of cloth with the black and white pattern. Great job!

    4.20
    Those Gleams

    These mandarins look good enough to peel and eat and the gleams make them highly realistic. Against the colorful quilt, they just pop!

    4.60
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    Very unique. I like it the more I look at it. I am very intrigued by the fact it's glow-in-the-dark

    5.00

    I love the way you created the sense of distance in this painting. Depicting the horizon line on a slight curve is very effective!

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