Philia - Eros - Agape

Johny Deluna

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Sarasota, FL - United States

Amazing, amazing color work. You transport me, and inspire me.

Johny Deluna replied:

Thank you. Glad you like them.

Toronto, ON - Canada

Johnny, Are You Familiar With "ARTNETWORK"? They can do "e-blasts" for you to target markets. Just a thought.

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Anne - I have not tried them but I am familiar with them. Maybe I should give it a try. Cheers ;)

Toronto, ON - Canada

Shows Really Well ... Best of Luck Johnny.

New Liskeard, ON - Canada

You're brilliant Johny. I'm so glad I have you on my artist watch list to enjoy you like this...what a great concept and marketing tool. Are you showing in Toronto at this time? I was just there at that Art Expo and do travel to the big city rather often. I have a show in Orangeville coming up June 1 for the month and also in Toronto in the fall...How grand it would be to mjavascript:%20submitcomment2();eet you or see a show of yours. Take care, Anne-D

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Anne-D You are too kind. I am not showing anywhere this summer - just painting - there are a few interesting shows in the US later in the year. Please send me the show location maybe. I will take a trip up there. Cheers... Johny

Drammen, Bu - Norway

You draw Henri Matisse to the top of the modern art. Keep going. Wish you well. Best regards from Norway!

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks very much for your kind comment.

Providence Village, TX - United States

Good luck Johny, they look marvelous!

Johny Deluna replied:

Muchas gracias Clotilde.

Dublin, Ab - Ireland

Looks great,,as yours is so original and unique,,nice idea!

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Rosemen - It's hard to show art in its proper context on the internet. I thought this might work.

Toronto - Canada

A simulation concept to show corporate clients what my abstracts would look like if I painted them very large.

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