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    Gesu Church Marquette Hall

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    Added 2017-09-25 11:29:30
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    Description

    A crisp autumn night descends and the lights reflect and shimmer on the wet pavement as the traffic passes along Wisconsin Avenue.

    Just blocks from downtown Milwaukee is Marquette University campus and Gesu Church. The cornerstone was laid on May 23, 1893 and the church is on the National Register of Historic Places. Drawing inspiration from the Cathedral of Chartres in France, the French Gothic building features landmark spires of unequal height and stained glass windows.

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    Name of Artist: Tom Shropshire
    Width (inches): 16
    Height (inches): 20
    Country: United States
    Media: Acrylic
    Painting Style: Representational: Landscape / Nature

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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
    Magical

    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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