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New Members Choose the page with your artwork, w/an image you wish to Promote.
At the bottom/right of your page, is space called IMAGE LINK with a "code".
Carefully, just place your cursor on the box, so it highlights/Blue.
Press the "Control Key" and a C at the same time. That will copy the code.
Open this discussion page.
At the bottom in This Group where you can Submit a message, put your cursor in the box and Press "Control Key" and a V. That will paste the code into the message. You can add text or not, before or after the code, not within it.
To make Comments on Images you like, just Right Click on any image above yours when the menu appears, click on "Open in a New Tab."
Then Vote, Favorite, Facebook (like), G+1, just by clicking on them.
Comment, on the work you like, at least on ONE Persons, when you Submit Yours.
If you click on Activity at the top of your pages near your name, You can see who commented, voted on your work, and Groups that have featured your work, and other areas of interest to you.
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I was in a state of mind where I couldn't think of anything to paint. While I was waiting for that 'bulb' to light up, upon thinking of a great idea, I thought maybe my 'bulb' is broke, which led to this conceptual, surrealist painting which conveys the irony of that idea.