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Decaying Minerals by liquidclouds Decaying Minerals by liquidclouds
Decaying Minerals

oil on canvas

25x18cm (9.8x7 in)

after a long break (too long) here's my latest painting :clap: more big ones coming, gone up in scale soo the paintings take longer to paint ;)

a hint ;) : this painting deals with the decaying of negative things, too show that decay can also be a positive thing. or like the alchemist Kirchweger put it "Decay is a wonderfull smith" (A.Kirchweger, "Aurea Catena", Homeri, 1781 :D
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sharyl8 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2008
i really enjoy the simplicity in this painting. and your colors are beautiful
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vilacassio Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2006
:clap:
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icarus-ica Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2006
very nice !
canīt find the right words though

:+fav:
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TonHaring Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2005  Professional Traditional Artist
Lovely little painting.:)
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Ethelind Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2005  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
aww, good to see you again!
I like this piece. Especially this green reflection :)
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TwelfthFaucet Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2005
The reflection is done very well. I'm also intrigued by the "ground".
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folksong Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2005
wow(literally the first thing i said when i saw this)
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liquidclouds Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2005  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks :bow:
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MissUmlaut Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2005   Photographer
I like the mystery. The upper part static and dead, the bottom part smooth and alive...
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backdrift Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2005  Student
I really like the reflections, i'm really eager to experiment with light and reflection at moment
if you don't mind me asking, wouldn't the decay and cracks also be reflected onto the green slightly?
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