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Ice Painting - Mourning The American Dream by Susan Maxwell Schmidt

Mourning The American Dream is a painting by Susan Maxwell Schmidt which was uploaded on May 15th, 2018.

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Marcia Lee Jones

Well titled and done!

Nancy Jolley

Saw this in the contest - so very powerful! And well done. l/f

Alex Lapidus

Terrific image!

Lenore Senior

CONGRATULATIONS, Susan! This haunting work of art is the Social Commentary of the Week in the fine art group, Our World Gallery! v/f/feature, pin, tw, fb promotion!


Nicely done Susan! f/l

Tatiana Travelways

Wonderful watercolor, composition, tones and message!

Claudia O'Brien

This is simply eloquent, Susan. The fading colors and lack of focus, the figure staring in disbelief, the aura of hopelessness... How sad for us to be living in this now we never imagined.... the goodness we held onto being ripped apart by greed and inhumanity. Amazing work, Susan...you captured our heartbreak. l/f

Abstract Angel Artist Stephen K

Awesome! :)) L/F ♥

VIVA Anderson

Wonderful title for this very inspired , moving image and your powerful thoughts, f.v.......VIVA

Zsanan Narrin

When I saw this contemporary impressionist-abstract art today, I stopped in my tracks....and there I stood feeling "the blues" ...and still knowing...in some place in a communal heart, that change with compassion must be on its way...

Mohammad Hayssam Kattaa

Not an influential role for enemies of life, Beautiful artwork, congratulations on your winning 2nd place in the Contest - 1 OCT Route 91 indelibly remembered ! L/F

Jan Mulherin

Congratulations!! This beautiful image has been selected to be featured for the week in the “Art for Ever with You” Group Home Page. You are welcome to add a preview of this featured image to the group’s discussion post titled “2018 June: Stunning Group Featured Images and Thank-you’s” for a permanent display within the group, to share this achievement with others. If the activity is allowed, your image will also be posted to our group Google+ page. Thank you for your participation in the group! ~Jan

Dee Winslow

Tweeted today 6/8/2018 on my Twitter account @BodyGlamDirect :)

Dee Winslow

Congratulations!! Your Masterful Art Work is now featured on the homepage of group "World Art Spotlight!" I am happy to Welcome you to the group and invite you to archive your feature in the discussion "Archive and Thank You's." Your work will be shared on FaceBook and or Twitter! - Congrats - :) - Dee

Lenore Senior

I absolutely love this image. It's a masterpiece. v/f/pin!

Jeanne Cutler

What great use of values and subdued colors to make a statement, Susan. Congratulations on your well deserved feature in Digital Art group.

Liz Alderdice

Love this, great to see a creative response to such a difficult and potentially dangerous 'leadership'. l/f/t

Thank you Liz. It's either that or go insane, amirite?

Lori Moon

Congratulations on your feature in Digital Art

Awesome, thank you Lori :)

Spiffage, thank you Lori :)

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