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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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Empty Vessel by artistf2 Empty Vessel by artistf2
Oil on panel. This is a self-portrait.
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UTArch Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2009
Is this painting available for purchase? What is its size?
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Shubee Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2008
You are VERY welcome. I really appreciate you taking the time to visit my gallery. Sometimes I feel that DA is more of a popularity contest than a community for artists. And the book by Silverstein is called "The Giving Tree" --an absolute treasure of mine. Thanks again and never stop drawing, painting, or creating! :)
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artistf2 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2008   Traditional Artist
THE GIVING TREE!!! Thank you! I've just entered the DA world, and already can sense what you mean by a popularity contest more than a community. Regardless, we'll continue to draw, paint and create.
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chibiharuka Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2008   General Artist
very nice, beautiful skintone
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artistf2 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2008   Traditional Artist
Sorry it took me awhile to respond, I wanted to look at your work, first. You're very gifted - so, it means a lot to me that you took the time to check out my stuff.
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chibiharuka Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2008   General Artist
thank you for taking the time to check out my gallery & for the nice comment. I'll watch as your gallery grows!
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Shubee Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2008
Incredible!
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artistf2 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2008   Traditional Artist
I wanted to see your artwork before responding. You're very gifted, so it means a lot to me for you to check out my stuff. What's the name of Silverstein's book about the tree that loved the child so much, he/she let the child cut him/her down? I love to steal ideas from Uelsmann and I'd love to be sitting next to Darjeeling Falls, right now. Thank you, again.
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