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Southwest Painting - Cottonwood Twigs  Sold by Ray  Petersen

Cottonwood Twigs Sold is a painting by Ray Petersen which was uploaded on December 5th, 2009.

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I love trees, plants, twigs, bushes, grass _ think I would not want to live in a world devoid of them, assuming it was possible in the first place. This work here seems to me to blend well nature with the emerging forms on your canvas (wood panel) and their symbolic content. Thanks for your comment on composition in green _ I have corrected the size (which was a mistake) and responded to your comment on the site. Thanks again…

Ray, I can see you have a passion for painting...and a passion for painting trees. I love the negative shapes that you create in your work. Thank you for your comments on "Tree of Light". We share a love of trees.

Ray, thank you for the kind post on my yellow roses painting. I enjoyed visiting your page and viewing your paintings. I like the abstract quality and the colors in this piece especially. Look forward to seeing more of your work. Yours, Thom

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