I love this piece! It is beautiful!
Yes, and a funny title. Like it!
I love it!
This reminds me of how every dog just melts when I touch them. Very good work! All the best in your future endeavors. I'll be watching for new stuff from you.
This is really unusual in the most promising of ways...interesting and very original. I love it!
this is the dearest! awakening my protective instinct. your gallery is so inspiring. sirpa
fantastic - also in its idea!
great title - great idea - great thinking behind this - great art.
there is a book about the joy in picassos work. i think that every great artist has freude. joy from the heart. thats what makes great art shine. art free from suffering is the art which will last for centuries and great art is always free from suffering. van gogh never suffered during his paintings. you can see this by watching his last 70 paintings. they are all enlightened.
Me encanta buena obra.
Sweet Marjo ... I love your rich style !!! AMAZING COLORS, LOVE THE TEXTURE AND LANGUAGE !!! Beautiful as always !!!
Das in Ich !!!!!!!
Das bin Ich.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I love your work, Marjo. this one is especially captivating!
Oh he needs hugs.....poor little fellow either croaked or fell down sleeping.....very cute if sleeping......sad if he croaked.....but beautiful piece just the same...love the colors....he looks to me like a panda....thank you for the compliments....best wishes
marjo: Caught me totally off guard with this one, what a wonderful surprise! Being somewhat language challenged, I am curious about the title you've given this? I believe it is a very special ability to imbue ones works with an element of visual surprise, and a certain magnetic pathway into the work that assure more than a passing glance. I'm not talking here about making something different just to be different (that's a cheap trick to oft populating the white cube), when done with thoughtful relevance it become a work of magic. Just luv this one…sam
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