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A Poseidon Adventure ( Mixed Media Acrylic/Ink/Markers/Watercolour on A1 Canvas Paper )
“I am longing to be with you, and by the sea, where we can talk together freely and build our castles in the air.” ― Bram Stoker, Dracula ( 1897 )
john dicandia, sea, monster, perversion, creature
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Whoa, so great! The gold, the fish netting and fish shapes, the nails, the color, all FABulous! Love this, John.
Thank you so much Frannie. A pleasure to hear from you and I hope you’ve been well.
– John Dicandia ( JinnDoW )
we all are lost in a sea,of hope and dis pear,,,blinded to the adventures end,,,and row,or sail each day,towards a distant port,of unknowings grace.lovely art john,,,soooo, deep,like you ,
Many thanks Walt my friend. Enjoying the new life and I’m taking my time with my art and producing more. Loving it.
This is wonderful….Just love the hat!! Your work is always deep and alluring!! Love it!!
Thank you Elizabeth, always great to hear from you. : D
GREAT WORK SO IMAGINATIVE LIZ)
Long time no hear or see Liz. Thank you and I hope you are well. : D
Scarey good, Mr. Dicandia!and I see a kitty in the blue clouds top right,whether you intended this little ghost or not.
Totally unintentional Marriet but I have to have a good look as maybe the little kitty ghost decided to make itself comfortable in my painting.
Your work always reaches new and exciting levels Jovan. Magnificent and haunting! xo
Hey Annie, I just been told my work is haunted by a ghost kitten. Hope everything is ok with and we will talk soon.
I say Whoaaa too. Let the games begin. your use of color stuns.to use that oingo orange on the horizon and enmanating out of the cervices of her mysterious face under rigging is . . . brill. Hat like a fishfish like a boatboat like sails . . . sail away. Those hands ~ those hands like ancient mariners mapsdeciper carefully.Whoa to startWhoa to finish.Bravo!!
Always love reading your comments with great anticipation! I was going to call the painting “The Ancient Mariner” but it would have been too obvious so I settled for ’The Poseidon Adventure" after the Greek God and the Irwin Allen disaster epic from 1972 Lol.
Superb Artistry & imagination John.
Thank you Anthea, good to hear from you. : D
amazing ..wonderful work..well done!!
Thank you Catherine good to see you again. : D
Wonderful work John. As usual your details and use of colours are remarkable. What makes it all the better in this piece is the blindfold; symbolizing the unknown – as though she is being taken somewhere absolutely new to her; or maybe even her dream.
Thank you Mui-Ling. You are always spot on with your observations as I was trying to combine the feeling of the unknown, the intrepid sea voyager sailing into unchartered waters much like my present situation.