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Satire Painting - The Haircut by Johny Deluna

The Haircut is a painting by Johny Deluna which was uploaded on March 2nd, 2013.

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Johny. Personally I would rather have them around but it does seem a dwindling society. Love your work. You love color too.

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Debbi.

Hey Johny,,,,,,,,,,,love this one as always..........Niiiiiice

Johny Deluna replied:

Hi Paula - thanks :)

Love your work, its cool how connections are made with other artists. I totally agree with your philosophy. Thanks for coming by my page, much appreciated!

Johny Deluna replied:

Thank you Darrell!!

This is on my top 5 list for today,L,F

Johny Deluna replied:

Thank you Viggo.

Beautiful painting!! i love the colors and yes u are right we should do that!!! less time talking!!

Johny Deluna replied:

Muchas gracias Zuly.

This is so beautiful Johny. L/F

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Steve.

Love it Great story Johny! L/F

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Michal.

ah!ah!love this!V!

Johny Deluna replied:

Merci Agnes.

Full of whimsy and looks like gossip. I can imagine. Love that mirror stand.

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Charlie, glad you like it! Cheers.

LOVE it! Johny ... Your Gallery always proves to be Visually & Intellectually stimulating...a joy!

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Anne :)

great to see work so lively and original that also makes an important statement about human relations. terrific work

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks for your kind comment.

That would be impossible John...my husband and I were both very good listeners and that is why we noticed how many did not listen at all!! Incluyendo mis 8 hermanas...los hombres no hablan ni escuchan.. Now I can tell you how wonderful and fun this painting is...live it!! F/V f

Johny Deluna replied:

Me alegro de que usted entienda. Algunas personas tienen miedo del silencio. Muy desafortunado.

was so busy cracking wise, Johny, I failed to mention how much I like it ... have added it to my favourites

Johny Deluna replied:

Cracking wise is just fine . Thanks Tom.

Love this Johny,,,and yes we need to listen and listen up as well.

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Paula - glad you like it :)

Love this Johny...............and yes we need to listen,,,and listen up.

Super Johny!!!!! :)

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks :)

I see a hairdresser yakking away and the client is absorbed in her own, slightly melancholy thoughts. It's not the fault of the hairdresser - they're told they must engage with their clients, especially women, if they want to keep them - but I guess they need to read the client's mood as well! I like the way she seems to be popping out of her overtight dress and in the mirror you see a different scene, she seems to have shed her clothes altogether and running through a grassy field...there are so many moods and thoughts going on here and there is a strong element of cartoon like in an Otto Dix painting...vf

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Arjun. If we get too self absorbed talking about ourselves we lose touch with reality. The clients silence does not signal his / her agreement.

Very interesting in the fact that the hairdresser is talking away to her client but I believe I see an enraged hairdresser in the reflection in the mirror. The client silent and unaware with such a sweet smile. Those wicked scissors snipping this way and that. Looks like the scissors in the reflection are chasing her. Love this!! So much to take in and yes spending more time listening might help him escape before it is to late. Just my take on this great piece of artwork!!

Johny Deluna replied:

Hi Carolyn. Its something like that.... :) actually the client is day dreaming about a suitable demise for her.

especially we stupid ones

Johny Deluna replied:

:) thanks Tom

Right on Johny. !!!

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Dale!!

Yes! Good advice at the salon! :}) V/f

Johny Deluna replied:

At the salon and everywhere else.... Merci Nicole.

If we spent more time listening and less time talking, we would all get along better.

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