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Colorful Painting - I Wont Play by Johny Deluna

I Won't Play is a painting by Johny Deluna which was uploaded on December 9th, 2012.

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~ Truly Amazing ~

Johny Deluna replied:

I'm glad you like it. It's one of my favorites.

This is so appealing and lovely Johny. I'm in love with your style

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks for your very kind comments Mhmod.

Very nice...!

Johny Deluna replied:

Thank you - I appreciate your comment.

Great work! Mi piace la dinamica della composizione ed i colori.

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Luca

Amazing creative work. Love all the details and colors. l/v/f

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Kathleen

My sentiments exactly!!! Superb and meticulous work.

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Vicki.

Omg!I love this piece and your description.Wonderful colors and design..Congrats!

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks for your kind comment Safak.

Unique stunning work ! Voted

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Helena - glad you like it.

Great design and interplay of colors Johny! I like the abstract quality of your work, patterns & whimsy! Well done! v/f

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks very much Genevieve :)

I like this one a lot, Johny (along with "Chasing the moon" and "Dancing in the dark").

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Barron.

Beyond excellent!

Johny Deluna replied:

I'm very glad you like the concept. Thanks!

Wow ... this piece packs a punch; felt instantly. Description & artwork totally in sync. Bravo Johny! v/f

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Anne - glad it 'punched you' :)

I love the painting and the words Johny! :)

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Reb!

Grazie per il tuo gentile commento Sandro. Un giorno ci incontreremo a Roma.

Ok let's play! Thanks so much to You Jony You always very kind about mi artworks, when You instead are doing really great, great kind of Art. Every time I can came here for a visit I enjoy a lot. BRAVO, BRAVO, BRAVO ED E' ORA CHE IL MONDO TI CONOSCA E TI ACQUISTI, MAGARI A ROMA COME PASSA LA CRISI ECONOMICA...QUALE MIGLIOR TRAMPOLINO DI LANCIO? A BIG HUG JOHNY.

Wow...excellent painting...fav

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Katie.

Brilliant Johny!!! I Won't Play either. I feel the determination and strength in this piece. Go your own way no matter what. Those empty chairs with their sharp points such fantastic symbolism here. F/V

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Carolyn. I think this piece will resonate with many artists and those who's creativity was stamped out before it could flower.

All of the above... Aplause !!! F/V.

Johny Deluna replied:

Gracias Clotilde :)

That's one of the smartest paragraphs I've read on this site. And by the way, a stunning, elegantly crafted picture! fv

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Arjun. I appreciate your comments.

Amen.

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Dale.

We reach a point in our life where we want to live our own life in our own way. We refuse to change our life just to get the love and approval of others. The world is full of useless critics and judges who are afraid to live their own lives. They judge others as a way to fill their own inner void and to somehow affirm their own self worth. The critics can come and sit in their chairs - but we won't be there to be judged.

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