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I hope you caught a great wave or two while you were out there! Thanks! :-)))
It took awhile to surf through these boards, but I finally made it! Thanks for the fun, PD :))))
I don't, either, and not just with splattered paint--even more especially when a painting of a solid black canvas with one small white square painted on it can sell for millions..... :-)))
Who really knows?? I'm so very sceptical to that!! I like you a whole lot more than Jackson Pollack - sometimes I don't understand why art is art!!
I agree with you, Hanne--so many of his are black and white, or repetitive patterns, or just random scattered numbers or spots. This one had a recognizable design, and I know that I prefer solving that. It's easier, first of all (!), but it also gives me the feeling that I'm putting together a "picture", something that was designed and arranged in a pattern, and not just spattered on a canvas like a Jackson Pollack painting! Of course, Pollack was just a tiny teensy bit more talented than I am, but...... LOL!
Indeed, it was marvellous - actually I think there is far to John's monsters from this one that has a lot of movements and colourchanges. It never became monotonous! Entertaining all the way through!! Thanks so very much Pat!!
Is a Tugman Pat something like a Typhoid Mary? Oh, dear!!! LOL! I really loved the way this looked when I finally stopped fiddling with it--the original translucent boards are delicately pretty, but this just grabbed me! Thanks so much, siouxzn! :-)))
Wow!!! You are a Tugman Syndrome carrier pd!!! This was fantastic!!! Thank you so very much!!!