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Death Painting - Deaths Waiting Room by Mark M  Mellon

Deaths Waiting Room is a painting by Mark M Mellon which was uploaded on November 20th, 2008.

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Amazing symbolism Art! Lots food for thoughts!

Mark M Mellon replied:

Thanks Larissa!

Unique and captivating, and a scary description!

Mark M Mellon replied:

Thank you Gun! :)

This painting is truly unique, intriguing and simply wow! v/f

Now ds is pur DOPE !!! Your on to main vain ... I want more .......

Congratulations on your sale, M! Great piece of art, love the invention!

while being dead for close to a minute several years ago, this image is the closest visualization to document the experience. the border between life and death? death itself? hell? where i was i do not know. to go back there again i fear. the feeling was intense fear, there was a chill, a cold that i could feel deep into my soul. there was no light. i could not see my hands or any part of my body but i could "feel" my body, my 'soul' if you will there. there was nothing else around. just cold cold blackness and a void that has left an imprint on me forever. perhaps once you see this borderland of life and the beyond you always attached to it, a piece of me still there and a piece of me here....

the waiting room to die...or is this man dead? i love it

Dear M, This is unforgettable...the title led me to view the picture more closely... dramatic and creative. aew

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