|© Kira Bodensted 3823 posts||
Congratulations ltruskett – today The Daily Dazzler goes to you for your beautiful painting of the fly-by girl.
FYI: All images are chosen for their image quality…not by Artist names. Artists may receive more than one feature at a time,
THANK YOU all for the Outstanding work
|Irene Burdell 862 posts||
|Elizabeth Kendall 2191 posts||
Thanks so much Kira for this very beautiful and artistic page!! Congratulations to all featured artists and thanks for including my work here!
A wonderful group to belong to!
|Alan Mattison 518 posts||
thanks for the inclusion,in this seemingly endless flow of creativity. Congrats to everyone, your self included, Kira !
|Tarrby 1145 posts||
Many thanks Kira, another great selection of images, congratulations to everyone, Brian
|deborah zaragoza 1862 posts||
Super cool and beautiful images of excellent art! Thank you Kira for your dedication to your members who, I am sure, respect you as much as I do! You truly are an awesome host!
Congratulations to my fellow members with your outstanding images. It is always exciting to see Kira’s choices which are always a delight.
|Lynda Heins 152 posts||
Another amazing collection of art Kira….a very big thankyou for including one of my images….and a very big congratulations to all featured artists!
|maggie326 1063 posts||
Awesome selection Kira .. Congratulation to all Featured artists… Thank you for including one of mine
|Ted Byrne 127 posts||
Does art communicate? At what level? Psychological? Intellectual? Emotional? Spiritual? Mystical? Howzabout chemical, biological, and culinary? It must communicate at some level since we expect those to whom we show our stuff to make a comment. To react in some way. Which means we expect CO-mmunication. Interaction. So, if it doesn’t communicate, it fails, right? Okay… If that’s right, then we have to wonder about the efficiency of an artistic vehicle for carrying the message we’re sending. How much is altered by the viewer’s own translator?
Which brings me to patterns. You find meaning in the works you choose Kira. And you seemingly fit them into a pattern… After all a single musical note is meaningless… but arrange notes into a score.. Et Viola! Puccini! Or maybe the Black Crows… You always seem to find a melody… sort of repurposed art into an even more haunting message as you compose the pieces into a presentation.. A show that flows through my personal translator to create a unique message… Synergistic… A whole greater than the sum of its parts.
How nice of you. How challenging. And how complimentary that you’ve included my notes along with so many lyrical pieces. Thanks Kira. For the inclusion, and more importantly, the CO-mmunication.
|Elisabeta Hermann 5409 posts||
What a fantastic selection, dear Kira!!!
|✿✿ Bonita ✿✿ ђ... 10842 posts||
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|swaby 313 posts||
Wow KIra you always put together such beautiful talent and images! Thank you so much for the feature and Im very honored not only to have it but to be among such great talent!
|swaby 313 posts||
Yikes I hit the button before saying, congratulations to all!
|Seth Weaver 166 posts||
Thank you so much Kira for including my “Diamonella” in this amazing collection of art. As always I can sense the theme you were trying to go with.
|Susie Peek 1146 posts||
Thanks so much Kira for including my work alongside such awe-inspiring images ~ many congrats everyone!
|ltruskett 25 posts||
Congrats to all genius artists……… Another superb array of magnificent talent. Thanks Kira for including me. I love this group, and you are the best host. :))) xxLinda
|Tammera 1327 posts||
WHAT A SUPERB MOMENT OF ZEN!! STUNNING INDEED!!…
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE FEATURED ARTISTS!!
|buttonpresser 1471 posts||
Not around much at the moment. Thanks for including a military past in this great line up Kira.