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Abstract Painting - Where The Wild Things Are by Bernard Goodman

Where The Wild Things Are is a painting by Bernard Goodman which was uploaded on May 24th, 2009.

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This painting reminds me so much of Art Quilting Bernard - I like how your figures change color from one patch to another - great balance between the value on all the colors and it's such a pleasure to watch the cool pattern here, well done!

Bernard-I truly enjoy all of your art-this painting is wonderful. Marlene

Hi Bernard, the original is SOLD - and I truly understand why! This is a fantastic creation that you can look at forever trying to figure out - well, all the figures - colors and forms - I just LOVE this painting - Wow!!

Dear Bernard, You have outdone yourself again. This appeals to my "inner child". The shapes and colors dance and laugh and sing. (Great title: I remember the children's book by that name which was popular when I taught students in the second grade.)

I love the playfulness and the cheery spirit of this work! Love it!

wow i love the complexity of this picture...lots of thought went into this....very nice piece of work!

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