Wednesday, November 11, 2009

wIe One

wIe One

pronounced "we won" ...but with a very different meaning.

(and that's all one has to say, about that)
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* fabulous acrylic art by cheryl huntley (my niece)

6 comments:

  1. Awwa, thanks for posting this! It's my fav so far! =)
    Love you!!!!!

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  2. cheryl,

    i LOVED this piece, the second that i saw it on your facebook page.

    your painting (for me, anyway) embraces the notion of duality, dual-ing away -- but withIn a Higher Level (Oneness).

    kind of like yin/yang, on steroids. :)

    twin-flame birds, the sun, a tree... themes of life and Love and natural cycles...

    brilliant!
    :)
    Love, len

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  3. Cheryl!

    EXCELLENT WORK!!!!!

    I really like this one. Simple, yet full of meaning. (and the colors are perfect).

    Love you!
    xoxoxo, auntie c

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  4. This a very beautiful piece...I love it!
    Acrylics are one of my favorite mediums, because there is so much depth of color and texture as well.

    It would look very lovely as a postcard too!

    The theme I find interesting also, because as Len says, it does indeed embrace the idea of duality and the "twin-flame" theory...but what I like most is that it is done in a color scheme that is NOT usually associated that particular idea...not the reds, purples etc. that would normally represent the heart/or crown charkras even. It is much more relaxed and earth-centered with a calmness and "ease".

    So...where does thise lovely piece reside now Cheryl??
    Inquiring minds and all that...

    Jules

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  5. yes, Yes, YES!

    it just keeps drawing you back in... getting more and more powerful, yet more and more delicate, with every viewing.

    cheryl: relax... close your eyes... breathe, and repeat this simple, three word mantra:
    "gift exchange lenny."

    :)

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  6. Thanks for all the compliments!!! This one I did for a friend that just got married, but I'm hoping to one day have an etsy page so I can sell them. We shall see, but if anyone wants one before that, let me know and I'll see what I can do! And LOL Uncle Len!
    Much Love!

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