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Jerry LoFaro


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Toronto, ON - Canada

Love your sense of humor!

Beverly, MA - United States

Love it! Such a creative image! F/P/L

Starachowice, sw - Poland

Wow!Brilliantly illustrated by the lack of ideas...fantastic idea!Always...In the beginning there was chaos!L/F/Tw

Santa Maria, CA - United States

Soooooooooooo much canvas!!! lol What a great piece!!

Stockton, CA - United States

I love it! I can so relate!

San Diego, CA - United States

Great concept! How about a series of 3? Maybe the next one with first strokes and building from there? v/f

Schwenksville, PA - United States

hahaha, we've all been there!

Coventry, RI - United States

I am reminded of David Hume and the mind as a blank slate. But digging deeper, Immanuel Kant found the mind was organized into a schematic. v/f

Depoe Bay, OR - United States

Love this one! I can relate to the blank canvas syndrome!!!!! I agree with Diane just attack it! Very creative! Voted

Lauderdale By The Sea, FL - United States

I would start by the bottom lower corner. Good one!

South Windsor, CT - United States

Yes, the white canvas can be very intimidating. What to do?? Don't ponder too long, just go ahead and attack it.

Peru, IN - United States

A real hoot.Love it.

Des Plaines, IL - United States

We've all been there, love it

Gavle - Sweden

Wonderful art, like the title, great work Jerry

Santa Fe, NM - United States

Can relate to this one...."What the h--- am I going to paint next?" LOL

San Juan Capistrano, CA - United States

You have quite an impressive gallery!!! I can certainly relate to this piece. LOVE IT!!!

Henniker, NH - United States

Hi Doug, Thanks for you kind comments! Though I did this piece long before I was familiar with Mark Tansey, he became someone I admire and who's great book "Visions & Revisions" became part of my library

Cleveland, OH - United States

Another great piece, and one most artists can identify with! Are you familiar with the work of New York artist Mark Tansey? While his work is primarily monochromatic, he has a similar style, I think.

Great Barrington, MA - United States

This is one of the best moments in our creative process. It's good to see you here in FAA Jerry! Warm regards, Jürek

Chester, NE - United States

I have sat in that chair before! I love everything in your gallery...

Colorado Springs, CO - United States

Beyond Good !

Broomfield, CO - United States

I love it!

Savusavu, Va - Fiji

Love your work......

Brescia, Br - Italy

Well done. Enrico.

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