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post #11 of Old 07-25-2013, 06:31 AM
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I respect George's comments about the picture with the girl, bird and clock(?) There are some obvious alusions to Dali.

What stands out in your work for me is, like with the cello guy beating on the drum or your more recent upload with the ghost(?) coming up out of the person down the sidewalk is your fearless implication of movement....it's downright cinematic while in the hands of a less capable artist, it would have played out as cartoonish.
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post #12 of Old 07-25-2013, 07:24 AM Thread Starter
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Well Dali is one of my favourite artists, so no wonder why its familiar to Dali Its a bit bad in one way, because I'm trying to find my own style...or how to say....put my imagination on the paper in my own way (sorry for my english). So sometimes its hard to dispose the influence of such a great artists.
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Allow me to apologize and, please, correct myself: you very much have your own style. Instead I mean that the genre you paint in, without doubt, is surrealism. Most people only know Dali's work in that genre because of his eccentric life beyond his art, so Dali has become somewhat (unfairly) synonymous with surrealism, but your work is full of elements unique and distinctly different than Dali yet they are a signature of yours!
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Nice to hear this
well Dali said himself that he is the only one surrealist in the world so no wonder why surrealism always goes with Dali
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Nobody is truly their own artist, they are all influenced by somebody or something they have seen but all artists have their own style no matter how you see their art. Dali is one of my biggest influences and most of my work looks nothing like his but is still yet has the influences that I came to love about is work.
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post #16 of Old 07-30-2013, 10:17 PM
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Great ...
Looking forward to see more ....
I love your art ... It's expressive.
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The above is a masterpiece! In the "world" of this painting these otherwise disparate components effortlessly combine! Then there's the implied circle of the piece holding the composition together, not quite exactly centered by the dreamcatcher.
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