4834Re: Group med
- Mar 2, 2003--- In email@example.com, "satkartar7
<mi_nok@y...>" <mi_nok@y...> wrote:
> <Bigbobgraham@a...> wrote:When
> > K: yes, i second this Bobby, i feel
> > privileged to be among you all i
> > felt the psyche of the group
> > yesterday .. it was elevating
> > and inspiring
> > Bobby, you inspired me to go back and
> > play with my paints, thanks
> > ---love,
> > Karta
> > Good Karta, I hope you will share your images. I love visuals.
> > you look closely at what is honestly painted it is like reading aKarta,
> > book on the painter.
> > I intend to take the five minutes every morning to link up.
> > Love
> > Bobby G.
> hi Bobby, i am in transit toward
> webdesign and a digital yantra-mandala
> paint style.
> My "real" [not for money but they
> are in privi now] artwork was like
> Frida Khallo's: freaky inner
> spiritual trips; like a skeleton
> sitting on a globe while 4 snakes
> blowing fire through her spinal-cord
> and her winking head [my portrait]
> is under her armpit winking and
> smiling stoically.
> i only have my early work online the
> 'naiive' aka Primitive ones
Thank you so much for posting the link
to your paintings...I very much enjoyed
seeing them... the sense of design,
the playfulness :-)
so now between you and Bobby, i am inspired
to draw and paint again!
Frida Kahlo's work i find amazing...
her life and her work were so tightly woven
together, perhaps more than any other famous
i have a couple of books with her art
and her story..
It is planned to discuss her biography
in our book club, this month i believe.
Thanks again for sharing....
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