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artgreet from new member Daniel Heller

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post #2 of Old 10-19-2017, 09:31 PM
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Hello Artist Forum members!
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Nice to meet you as well.
Do you have a gallery?

Narrated 'Ubaada bin As-Saamit رضى الله عنه: I heard Allah's Messenger صلى الله عليه وسلم saying, "The first thing created by Allah was the pen. He said to it, 'Write!' It said, 'O Lord! What should I write?' Allah Said, 'Write down the destiny of every thing until the Final Hour (as per my Will).'" [Ahmad]

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Of all the pieces, the two that piqued my interest are Losing Nature 2 and Sentinels of Nature. They remind me of a style of art I remember seeing in some children's books when I was in elementary school. I am not sure if that type of illustration has a style assigned to it but your work reminds me of that style. Artificial Heart is also interesting but there is something off about it, and I am trying to figure out what it is...The pieces titled as apologies to the artists [style] were also interesting. Why the apologies in the titles?

Narrated 'Ubaada bin As-Saamit رضى الله عنه: I heard Allah's Messenger صلى الله عليه وسلم saying, "The first thing created by Allah was the pen. He said to it, 'Write!' It said, 'O Lord! What should I write?' Allah Said, 'Write down the destiny of every thing until the Final Hour (as per my Will).'" [Ahmad]

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Oh yea, and Speaking Love eludes to several things regarding social networking and the trial that comes with false perceptions of love online among other subtle messages that can be inferred from the piece.

Narrated 'Ubaada bin As-Saamit رضى الله عنه: I heard Allah's Messenger صلى الله عليه وسلم saying, "The first thing created by Allah was the pen. He said to it, 'Write!' It said, 'O Lord! What should I write?' Allah Said, 'Write down the destiny of every thing until the Final Hour (as per my Will).'" [Ahmad]

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