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Abstract Painting - Red-eyes Black Dragon by Omaste Witkowski

Red-eyes Black Dragon is a painting by Omaste Witkowski which was uploaded on March 18th, 2013.

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Wow!

You have certainly brought the dragon to life in this brilliant abstract image.

true to the title nice v

.Impressive ..work ....+v

Nice work!

I love the bold colors in this! I do see a dragon! V/F B-) ~ Linda

love the mystic in this piece

Wonderful composition! Your dragon seems alive!

Hi Omaste - this is my favourite of your newest works - I think the simplicity of the forms give it great impact. By the way, with regard to images like this (including some of my own) and our reactions to them, another FAA member recently informed me that we are exhibiting a psycological phenomenon known as pareidolia, which means perceiving faces or recognisable things in vague or even random images. Most famous example would be the Turin shroud (debatably). Just thought I'd mention it in case it's new for you too :-)

Omaste Witkowski replied:

Thank you Andy, I appreciate the feedback and insight. This is new to me. I will read more....

Wonderfully done. v

nice work. v

Beautifully done!!!

beautiful work. v

Well done!

Nice! v

Love it V

Beautiful colors, V

Nice V

very nicely done, love it! v

love it! v

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