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Annie Roonie

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Breaking Paint
« on: June 29, 2012, 11:01:53 pm »
I broke bad in my cradle and that played out for several years, but since then, when I break I've learned to veer off course in more legal but possibly less sane directions.

This time, I've turned back to painting. (And digging and enormous hole in my back yard, but that is another story.)

The impetus for the following little paintings came from the experience I posted in this thread.  It is explained in not quite nauseating length over here. (The photos are almost actual size there, but the lighting is equally as dismal as my laundry room tends to be such.)

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Other than wanting to share the whimsy that doing these has provided me, I was hoping that some creative mind here could help me come up with a name for the series. Any suggestions?

I am le broke thanks to le ancient Taurus' struts being more slump than strut, so I will be painting more little snippets from the woods until the bank account recovers and I can get back to the hole in the backyard. (I think it is confusing the neighbors.)

Thanks for any time and imagination you spend here!
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Re: Breaking Paint
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2012, 08:08:42 am »
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No idea on names (as I'm horrible at naming things), I wanted you to know that I really like this one.
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Re: Breaking Paint
« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2012, 08:03:16 pm »
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No idea on names (as I'm horrible at naming things), I wanted you to know that I really like this one.

 
Thank you for letting me know.

That one was the most fun to do!

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Re: Breaking Paint
« Reply #3 on: June 30, 2012, 09:12:35 pm »
Quote from: Annie Roonie;62190
I broke bad in my cradle and that played out for several years, but since then, when I break I've learned to veer off course in more legal but possibly less sane directions.

This time, I've turned back to painting. (And digging and enormous hole in my back yard, but that is another story.)

The impetus for the following little paintings came from the experience I posted in this thread.  It is explained in not quite nauseating length over here. (The photos are almost actual size there, but the lighting is equally as dismal as my laundry room tends to be such.)

[attach=CONFIG][/attach]

[attach=CONFIG][/attach]

[attach=CONFIG][/attach]

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Other than wanting to share the whimsy that doing these has provided me, I was hoping that some creative mind here could help me come up with a name for the series. Any suggestions?

I am le broke thanks to le ancient Taurus' struts being more slump than strut, so I will be painting more little snippets from the woods until the bank account recovers and I can get back to the hole in the backyard. (I think it is confusing the neighbors.)

Thanks for any time and imagination you spend here!


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I thought, who knows what mysteries lie in the eyes of women.
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