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11-23-1999, 09:59 PM

"Mornig" Acrilyc over paper.
It's over now...
This is the last one. I don't have more work to show (Thanks Lord... someone said in the audience).

During the last year i did nothing.

But things gonna change. (I knew it... My Lord)

[This message has been edited by william (edited 11-24-99).]

11-24-1999, 02:17 AM
We'll miss you sharing with us, but, hopefully not for long. I hope our encouragement has motivated you to get busy, again. Your talent shouldn't be put aside.

Promise you will be sharing with us soon.

Billie Dawn

irene clark
11-24-1999, 09:45 PM
Dear Antonio
I too stopped creating art for almost a year and that was after only discovering I had a talent for the year previous.
I discovered the time away turned out to be a good thing, because when I started again, the flood gates opened wide and I started painting and drawing one after another till I ran out of space on my walls to hang my handy work.
Also I had better focus and much more fun.
My daughter, a concert pianist, took off several months and came back with a fresh outlook and played better than ever.
So you see, it can be a good thing, so as not to stagnate or have your talent become a chore to be endured, because it must give great pleasure for one to create beauty.

Keep on stroking Antonio
sincerely Irene Clark with a heart for art.

11-25-1999, 04:25 PM
Our souls need to hear the songs of your soul. Your brush tells us what a kind and gentle man you are.
Take good care from one who understands.

Resentment is like taking poison, in hopes your enemy will die.