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Clockwork Painting - Like Clockwork by Regina Valluzzi

Like Clockwork is a painting by Regina Valluzzi which was uploaded on September 24th, 2010.

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Love the complexity of this abstract composition and the colors alocation with the shaped ellements is simply outstanding. A fav of mine...... Ana

I have been enjoying your great variety of work. It is all very intriguing.

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**Wow these are real eye catchers** I love all your art but this caught my eye.

I think you are into something here related to the grid but more open in possibilities.

Regina Valluzzi replied:

Hey man - using the reply button (it's NEW!!!) Let me know when you hit a groove with the new stuff, and I'll pop over to look and chat.

This is an exploration of an idea I'd tried years ago in watercolors. Here I'm trying to adapt the idea for oil, using different tools and taking advantage of the dimensionality of oil paint and media. Why this? Why now? I'd have to say this painting was inspired by some Of Charlie Spear's recent work - a departure for him? - and his interest in some of the old watercolors I'd posted on Facebook (very bad photos of some nice paintings). So, consider this my reply in a visual dialog.

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