My Dreamtime 3

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Unadilla, NY - United States

SUPER WORK Tim! What a Gift to Dream such an Image~ & Another, to be able to Portray it So Beautifully!

Pakenham, Vi - Australia

Really powerful image, Tim! I l love your Dreamtime series.

Tim Mullaney replied:

Hi Elena, I really appreciate you taking the time to view my art and to comment, I am glad you liked these paintings. Regards Tim

São Bernardo Do Campo, SP - Brazil

Amazing artworks Tim!!! Fantastic your style!!! Thank you very much for your visit and comment about my artworks!!!

Tim Mullaney replied:

Hi Paulo, I really appreciate you taking the time to view my artworks and your comments. Thank you and regards Tim

Stroud, NS - Australia

Hi Vivian, thank you for your comments, this painting is my favourite from my dreams. It is quite dramatic and has been received well by everyone I have shown from indigenous australians, the 670 visitors to my exhibition a few years ago in Gloucester NSW, family, friends and visitors to the Arts Mid North Coast website (for my local area) artists. The image came through in my dream in full color with a clear interpretation , I knew this and my other images from dreams were meant to be shown to many, I have been looking for the right platform /forum for some years and I guess the right time in my life. After being a member of FAA for 2 weeks I am pleased so far. Regards Tim

Sydney, NS - Australia

Tim, congratulations on this fine painting....you have accomplished so much here to tell the world the true story of our ancient land, via your splendid symbolism...and fine colours so true to the earth here, and so true to the first peoples. Well done. I'm sure this has received a wonderful reception in Australia, and now how wonderful for the world to know too. Congratulations....Vivian (Sydney)

Melbourne - Australia

The colours are all Australian outback. I find those 'blocky' trees quite dominating and intimidating, and then the subtle transformation begins... Excellent expressionist and emotional painting Tim. As I read your description I could see where you wanted it to go, for me however it's like seeing the confrontation between the two cultures when white Australians began to impose their culture and rigid values not only on the people but the land hence their roots lay lightly on the surface of the soil. VF

Tim Mullaney replied:

Hi Rosy, thanks for visiting my site, I am glad you liked MDT3, your comments are appreciated. Regards Tim

Grants Pass, OR - United States

Tim, Again your work here reminds me of the Biblical account of the Israelites in bondage (trees) with Moses (center with staff), Aaron, Miriam in the lead and facing off Pharoah and Egyptians (on left), saying "Let my people go!" The trees at the rear are interesting... "Isaiah 11:10: And in that day there shall be a root of Jesse, which shall stand for an ensign of the people; to it shall the Gentiles seek: and his rest shall be glorious." -- That Scripture was fulfilled with Christ's first Coming. He was nailed to a tree with a crown of thorns on His head (your painting depicts the tree and the thorns)... He has come once and there will be a second coming (your painting depicts two)... Isn't it wonderful how art is interpreted differently, yet meaningfully to each person who views it! Well done and thank you for giving me something to ponder as I view your images that you've created from your dreams... V/F

Tim Mullaney replied:

Hi Cindy, thank you for your detailed comment, I had hoped people viewing these artworks would get their own interpretation before reading mine in the description section. When I exhibited these paintings some visually orientated people got quite emotional about them, some said they could feel them speaking to them, they were well liked. I am really happy that FAA has provided a platform to share them with other people around the world. Regards Tim

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