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Title: La vie a l'arrivee ( The end of life )
by: Diane Tremblay
Art Type: Original Paintings
Media: Acrylic
Subject: Symbolism
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> 2 yearsrating (5 stars) from Montreal, Qc, Canada
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Thank you ..such clarity and harmony between
The title and the depiction. Yes..life is fragile, yes..we are interconnected..yes.. our vision is limited to what we are allowed to see. Beautifully done.
 Lastest-- And your quite welcome.. I really enjoy your art, not only for it's symbolism but also the softness and the colors you choose. Always a pleasure seeing your work :-D

Insura
2 > 2 years
by Insura
This Image...
...is a rather well held together composition. Nice idea too.

RBarry
1 > 2 years
by dit
Surreal Symbolism
I know that this painting must be full of meaning for you. Strangely, I canNOT know your meaning, yet be very captivated by your image. Great that art works out this way, eh?
 Lastest-- Just for try and give you my explanation to my work here it is again, ( I attached it to this painting but may be you didn't saw it when you took alook on it ) I wrote "I was just knowing that ...


someguy
1 > 2 years
by dit
very fine symbolism (no sarcasm) patrickg;-)
No Message.

mylifeisart
0 > 2 years
interesting concept
No Message.
 Lastest-- an artist must not give explanations on her/his own work. If some viewers can't see and read correctly a work, they shall never understand it. A work must talks for itself. Not for the explanation the


julien
4 > 2 years
by julien

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