Sal Marino


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Stamford, CT - United States

James, your hyprocrisy is indeed amusing. You started a group on this site called "Artwork that sends a message" You lead line to the group is "The original use of art was to communicate without words. This group is for artists work that communicates a visual message." Yet, you insist that I provide written words to help you decipher my images, which are in fact quite literal. As I stated above, not everyone gets what I do. It's OK if you don't. However, if you wish to take this notion to a public forum, perhaps other artists at this site can help you understand that which seems to elude you... As for your statatment that I "need to understand the rules of art", I refer you to Vivian's comment above... I do what I want to do, without regard to rules...yours or anyone else! Cheers...

Sydney, NS - Australia

James, maybe he does only what he wants to do, huh ! I think that your unsought personal views/critiques do not belong on the artists' artwork page, public, ya know. Please never do me a favour of critiquing me at the image page thanks.

Southend On Sea, Es - United Kingdom

hi Sal, Thank you for your contribution to the paintings that send a message. I have obviously miss read this some where. I cannot read,see or find a message here. Please help me out.

Sal Marino replied:

James: I suppose you'll have to look a bit closer and while doing so revisit your own religious beliefs or disbeliefs. Then determine if the right side of the painting leads to the light or if the left side leads to the darkness. Or, perhaps it leads to nothing at all...Just a man and a fantasy...

Sydney, NS - Australia

Hello Sal....this is just so timely as related to the religion discussion here....certainly makes a fine argument in favour of questioning prophosies. I like your oeuvre. Congratulations.

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