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Comments on "Indepent Lines”


Thomas Wernerer, member of Der Standard says:
In response to Independent Lines Solo Exhibition
Feb-14-2011, 20:27 PM (GMT)

Sehr tolle Farbkombinationen

Das sind wirklich sehr interessante Farbkombinationen, also ich denke einmal einzigartig! Diese Farbintensität und Kontrasttiefe faszinieren mich sehr! Ich kann es nicht erwarten ihre Bilder aus der Nähe zu sehen, kann mir gut vorstellen dass da viel positive Energie drinsteckt. Und dass das gut gegen Depressionen ist glaube ich, an einem trüben Wintertag... Also alle Achtung ich werde auf jeden Fall zur Eröffnung kommen!


Comments on the lion “Methamorphysis”


George Lund, member of Art Review says:
In response to Methamorphysis
April-17-09, 09:36 PM (GMT)

My name is George Lund colourst artist and performer from Liverpool UK. Hope you don't mind my comments. Your colours have a resonance and energy and similar to Suret the pointilist there seems to be is a formula in the technique. The lion and buddah like figure have a prominance and spirituality through your vibrant colours. It is refreshing to see a different unique approach to artwork. Keep the energy and spirit going. Hope more success comes your way. peace, happiness. health and success. Take care regards George.


Suvi, member of Art Critique Gallery says:
In response to Methamorphysis
Jan-10-09, 00:27 AM (GMT)

I really like your lion, the use of colour is very viberant but not gawdy, You have made the lions eyes really pop I think that may be what helps to balance the colours as well, he looks very proud, This is a very intriging painting.


TJKruse, Charter member of Art Critique Gallery says:
In response to Methamorphysis
Jan-10-09, 12:51 PM (GMT)

i like the colors and style but don't care too much for the straight-in-front pose. I do like the poetry a lot.


kram, member of Art Critique Gallery says:
In response to Methamorphysis
Jan-18-09, 00:36 AM (GMT)

Love the colors, would love to see this one in person
I think you got overdescriptive on the poem, but the concept is nice. If you could shorten it, that is, say more with less words, I think it would flow much smoother and really compliment the painting.

Very cool!

A peaceful world begins within

 

Comments on “it’s the fish that live and die”


oxygon, member of American Poems Says:
In response to “it’s the fish that live and die”
January 4th, 2009 at 3:02 pm

A beautiful, touching, and well crafted poem, meng. Ah, and what of that big/little word, why, the one that has stumped the philosophers through the ages? As for war, I’ve in part taken the easy way out of the dilemma by assuming a genetic propensity for humans to be violent—the beast that lurks in the shadows of the intellect that jousts unceasingly with rage and serenity. I have carefully observed humans act like animals when in anger and at the point of fighting, how they snarl and expose their teeth as if to let the enemy know, don’t tread on me! We have evolved, and our “cultivation” has mitigated the tendency toward violence, but how can we forget the carnage of the 20th Century, and not to forget the wars since time immemorial? Thanks for sharing this important poem.

Best wishes,

art

 

Roy Conant, member of American Poems Says:
In response to “it’s the fish that live and die”
January 4th, 2009 at 4:41 pm

Hi Meng — What a thoughtful, thought-provoking, and beautiful poem, both for it’s content and its structure.

I was feeling somewhat bad after my first comment to your first post thinking perhaps it was not a very thoughtful welcome to a site frequented and enjoyed by so many marvelous talents. Living (sometimes too much so… ;-) ) in the momence of the moment can have its drawbacks.

About using one of my comments on your website, I would only like to know which one before you do — If it was my welcoming comment to your first post, by all means please do feel free to use it.

Salut!

 

yann rolland, member of American Poems Says:
In response to “it’s the fish that live and die”
January 5th, 2009 at 12:44 pm

Hi Meng, I feel a little sad reading your poem cause I see there are constant ups and down, when people live in peace they sometimes (or their governants ?) seek for war, and then they are killed or wounded and they wonder why…I enjoyed the metaphor of a fish in its bowl as we all are….We are mortal and as you say we even don’t know why….It makes us miserable and seeking for eternity with help of God…Thank you for the meaningful poem.

yann

 


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