Thursday, December 3, 2009

Faces of the City LX

Faces of the City LX 20x24 oil on canvas 2009
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Keishia Treber said...

This piece is amazing! I have many images that i have taken of cars, street lights, and especially when it is raining, however I have only painted this theme once. You have done it so beautifully! I am in awe! No crits! It's amazing!!

 [christian.yamao] said...

incredible, i usually dislike oil painting, but this is amazing

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