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Specially made for Hélène David-Cuny, who has been teasing me with my preference for shiny stuff ;)
abstract, shiny, plastic
hope I can enjoy it tooah!I very like the shades of grey and the shine!very ‘pure’ as always!your works have their ‘signature’!
Hi Agnès, am very pleased you enjoy my latest work ! And it’s really nice you recognize a certain signature in my portfolio… Thank you very much ! :)))
– anne reeskamp
sulking now :( ;) lol
I’ll make it up to you, Richard…! Soon ! :))
Hi Kathy, glad you like my shiny abstract ! Your comments are always very nice to receive ! Thank you ! :))
Looks like a mod Ned Kelly, dressed to go out on the town..!
Sorry, artlorn, I needed Wikipedia to know who he was … ! Perhaps Bushrangers wear these kind of colors ? Thank you for leaving your nice comment ! :))
Perhaps a 2010-era bushranger might go for these colours or materials! hey, If you’re at all interested, There’s an Australian artist (was it Charles Blackman?) who did a Ned Kelly series which uses these shapes over and over to impart the historic story.
Silly me it was Sidney Nolan. I promise I’ll stop going on about it now! :)
I see what you mean now, artlorn ! I googled Nolan’s name and saw the surrealistic Ned Kelly series… and recognize the square heads and slits in them ! Thank you for your informative comment ! Very nice to learn a bit about Australian art history ! :))
A wonderful piece, anne..:))))
Thank you, Dominique !!! :)))
Wow, Anne, your shiny stuff is much more sophisticated than mine (which required a lot of accessories !). Elegance is inside, and you’re allowed to tease me about whatever you like ! ;-)
Thank you , Hélène ! Your shiny stuff is naturally present and elegant in itself…and mine is created ! Am glad you allow me to tease you a bit… ;) . Please feel free to do the same ! :)))
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