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Mine is my "A Mother's Lullaby"
Imagine only 21 views.
It only shows how you cant guess what would click to the art afficionados.
Imagine I viewed this artwork on different print forms here on FAA.
Specially on Metal Print. OMG! It was sooo beauuutiful!
Hope someone out there would try ordering this art piece print on metal print.
Believe me you wouldnt regret ordering it guys.
I have several struggling to rise from the horizontal position, with an ongoing and perpetual score of 1. (The absolute zeroes are all very recent, though they too will probably languish in the lower depths forever.) Here's one of my ones, so to speak...
firstly, its only 33 days old since Dec 24 2012...
but it has powerful rendition on its monotone "sepia" color, something like a captured poetry in a chaotic world of some ecological sublime message...
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My least viewed piece? That's easy. "They Might Be Giants." The actual painting is a 3" x 3" square canvas, but it looks awful enlarged so much. I just wanted to post it on my page because it was something I worked on, and FAA is a handy place to put digital images of my portfolio items.