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Abstract Painting - Pueblo Moon by Bernard Goodman

Pueblo Moon is a painting by Bernard Goodman which was uploaded on November 29th, 2009.

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There i something so feminine in this Bernard, thr bigness of the protective visionary feminine , expressed symbolically, that moves me. l/f

This is beautiful, Bernard. Thank you for commenting on my work and leading me to yours.

Beautifully balance painting- compositionally, texturally and in your fantastic use of colour.

Hi Bernard...I especially like the way you worked this one-with the blue sky and moon look to contrast the rest of the designs and colors.Very interesting-has a delicate-sensitive feel to it .Great texture too.Wonder if you use sculpting medium?

Great piece. Love the colors and composition. Very unique.

Dear Bernard, This is another of your paintings that I want to touch and run my fingers over & view more closely. Your inimitable style appeals to me. I could view your art for hours.... I had an Uncle Bernard (Turner), Dad's brother. He was a good man. Do you pronounce your name with the accent on the first or second syllable? That may seem like a trivial question, but for me, people's names are VERY important. In the South, at least where I am from in the Virginia, North Carolina area, for some reason the tendency is to accent the FIRST syllable of certain words. Example: many of my relatives say "VERmont" instead of "VerMONT." When my parents came here to visit, we went to Fort MONroe, as they called it. Of course, here it is normally with the accent on the second syllable,ie. Fort MonROE.

Great painting Bernard, exciting with all the patches with different formation - your choice of color is very good - every little bit compliment each other and the moon enhance the feeling of a city at night - and is also like the glazing on the cake - well done!

Gorgeous work, Bernard!

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