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Ryan Radke Painting - Fox Theater - Stevens Point by Ryan Radke

Fox Theater - Steven's Point is a painting by Ryan Radke which was uploaded on May 20th, 2011.

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Thank you Carol!

Very nice work! Congratularions.

Thanks all!

Congrats on your sale! :)

Wow This is fabulous. I can really appreciate watercolor--I tried it, and it wasn't for me. I make lots of mistakes, and need to be able to cover them up.

Thank you!

Awesome details!!!

Be sure to submit this piece for future FEATURING on our group site, as I am sure many people from the surrounding areas would enjoy the memories of such an historical landmark!

Thank you

excellent...love the color!

Thank you Randy and Bette!!

This is an outstanding painting, Ryan! I love your perspective and colors - but mainly how the Fox theatre is a very quiet focal point. Your work is excellent!

Totally awesome, Ryan! This theater has attracted more people than you could shake a stick at, whatever that really means! This is an icon is Stevens Point, and it can not be replaced by all the magical cinemas of the future. Great job on this, Ryan, and thank you so much for sharing a "blast from the past" !

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