Monday, October 13, 2008

for UCLA

Future of Freedom

9 comments:

  1. the name of your painting is disturbingly fitting; i really like the idea behind it. and the execution is amazing, as usual... the detail is flawless. would you mind if i plug your work on my site?

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  2. Jeremy, Outstanding work! I love the brushwork in this one. Great color.

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  3. Han I would be so humbled if my work made your blog. that'd be awesome!

    Thanks Matt for checking it out! :)

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  4. hey man, thanks for your comment on one of my speedies (a month or so ago, I saw it first today).

    wow, Covet and Disaster at Sea are really really great. You have something going there with abstract shapes in the sky and also the sea in some of your other paintings!

    Also, when I first browsed your thumbnails I thought these were really old and classical paintings (and I mean that in a good way), something with the colors and rendering I suppose. Keep up the great work!

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  5. thanks daniel :) i love old, traditional, dusty paintings (esp from Europe, 18th-19th century) i go to museums and stare at classic art forever

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  6. Hey Jeremy, fantastic artwork!, the use of color is fantastic, great brush you have!

    cheers!
    ps I will link your blog! :)

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  7. Thanks for commenting and linking Ramses :)

    I'll link back!

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  8. Hey Thanks for the comment on my blog!
    Very nice work here, I love the textural traditional quality to your work.

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  9. Paul, thanks for checking out my artstuff :)

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