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    Hermes, 1981, Salvador Dali.


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    "The embers of our past lives lie smouldering within us awaiting the winds of remembrance to fan them in flames of reality." Dax.

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    Portrait of Lord Byron in Albanian Dress, 1813 by Thomas Phillips (1770-1845).


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    "The embers of our past lives lie smouldering within us awaiting the winds of remembrance to fan them in flames of reality." Dax.

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    • Pete's Draggun
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      Please paint this side of my face.......
      Thee other side, I have a huge zit.

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    Palette knife and oil by a brilliant Russian artist Andrey Figolas.


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    "The embers of our past lives lie smouldering within us awaiting the winds of remembrance to fan them in flames of reality." Dax.

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    • Pete's Draggun
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      This is a "no wake" area....... ima gonna ram you fuckr'

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    The Lighthouse at Alexandria, 1954, Salvador Dali.


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    "The embers of our past lives lie smouldering within us awaiting the winds of remembrance to fan them in flames of reality." Dax.

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      #5
      Trees in the Prater with seated figures, 1833, Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller


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      "The embers of our past lives lie smouldering within us awaiting the winds of remembrance to fan them in flames of reality." Dax.

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      • Pete's Draggun
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        Hey guys...........
        "Wut if this big tree limb fell down on us?"

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      Never really got why Jackson Pollack was a big deal though

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        Originally posted by Vanilla Gorilla View Post
        Never really got why Jackson Pollack was a big deal though

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        if you cross your eyes do you see a sailboat or something?

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          You see $ signs, it's worth $500 million

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        Tristram and Isolde, 1916, John William Waterhouse.

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        "The embers of our past lives lie smouldering within us awaiting the winds of remembrance to fan them in flames of reality." Dax.

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        • Pete's Draggun
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          Go to your AA meeting...... please don't drink any more

        #9
        You've got good, diverse taste in art, Dax.

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          Originally posted by Vanilla Gorilla View Post
          Never really got why Jackson Pollack was a big deal though

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          He's not. Pollack was just a manipulative scam artist who threw in some poetic expressive nonsensical bullshit stories behind his work. And the public just ate his shit up. His easy-to-make paint splatters were all a money laundering scheme he got away with.

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            Originally posted by Dax View Post
            The Lighthouse at Alexandria, 1954, Salvador Dali.


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            He actually did a good job on this, and nothing too weird, aside from the clouds. Strange
            mother moon -she's calling me back to her silver womb,
            father of creation -takes me from my stolen tomb
            seventh-advent unicorn is waiting in the skies,
            a symptom of the universe, a love that never dies!
            🧙‍♂️

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              I am Going Out Tonight! David Robinson (Born, 1936). Mixed media on board.

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              • Pete's Draggun
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                Be honest..........does my bum look to big in this dress?

              #13
              Moonlight in Venice (after 1969). Victoria Bondarenko. Canvas,Oil

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              • Pete's Draggun
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                Jack & Jill rowed up the stream, each with a $1.25..........

                Jill came back with $2.50
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