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    Default a sketch

    in painter using leaky pen and soft cover

    two [victorian] ladies and a [21st century] dog.... ghost watches dog sensing ghost

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    Default Re: a sketch

    I'll take your word for it.
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    ah the representational artist speaking

    I might just as well have called it 'a stroll in the park' or left it untitiled

    no problem if you do not see what the label suggests - labels are optional and not important, but interpertation of what you see is

    thank you for the comment
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    Default Re: a sketch

    and that's the thing..

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    Default Re: a sketch

    It's kinda cool and interesting but I'm only seeing one lady.
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    Default Re: a sketch

    there are quite a few ways of looking at it - here's one:

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    and another for the lady with the flowing dress and feathered hat [if that is what you see]

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    but you may noe see what I see

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    Sorry handrawn I don't see what you see either.
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    Default Re: a sketch

    no probs that is art as opposed to design
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    Default Re: a sketch

    Hope you don't mind but I asked my resident art critic (a numskull who lives in my head who gets a bit unruly now and then) to take a peek and here’s what he said...

    “an interesting and intriguing monochromatic digital abstract sketch, open to both artistic interpretation and meaning. The descriptive title of the piece may, to some extent, provide a clue to the artists own connotation and undertone, but ultimately the loose, mostly pointalistic composition is sufficiently unrepresentational to leave the viewer exploring their own thoughts and perhaps a desire to know and understand more than the sketch and title themselves render alone.”

    Jono :-)
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    your critic may pass by this way again
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