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The Key is a painting by Frank Robert Dixon which was uploaded on May 29th, 2012.
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This old treetch (tree creature) thinks he has wisely locked the door so no one can hurt him anymore. But now he wonders if he should keep his door... more
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15.000 x 20.000 x 0.250 inches
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Frank Robert Dixon
Painting - Watercolor, Colored Pencils, Acrylic
This old "treetch" (tree creature) thinks he has wisely locked the door so no one can hurt him anymore. But now he wonders if he should keep his door locked. He somehow feels empty inside.
May 29th, 2012
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I love your work!
Very cool. Great composition.
Congratulations on your Sale!!
Jeannie Rhode Photography
Frank, Congratulations on your sale !
The Jones Collection
Congratulations! Iím very pleased to say your artwork is of the highest standard and has been featured on the home page of the FX - Facial Expressions group, well done!
Frank Robert Dixon
Those expressions are one of my favorite things to put into my artwork. When I put my emotions and struggles into my art I think I make my best art.
Love your amazing trees and their phenomenal expressions! LF
Congratulations on your sale..Fine work!
Fantastic fantasy painting Frank! Congrats on your sale!
Love this! Nice work!
Kathryn Lund Johnson
What a sweet face....
Fantastic image and work! vf tw g+
Really wonderful work here. Congratulations on your sale.
wow unbelievable I am so trilled to have found the pieces ! trees are very meanningful to me! I grew up surrounded by them! litteraly, we had no clos neighborgs , trees were my play mates as a kid , The appalachian mountains were what i woke up too and what I saw before going to sleep! I climbed in them to the top..often felt like they had a soul and when I was sad I would confide to them! I was certain that At 11 years old whwn my grand daddy past away, his soul took cover into that big tree behind my dad's house, and called the tree 'Grand Pa' as it was huge and old too! Bigger than life itself! Your trees are so much reaching the child that I still am inside! They look so kind and have personnality if that can be said of a tree! lol fav and voted!
Amazing work, he looks so wise! What a fun image! f/v
This (of course) is another of my favorites
Nancy TeWinkel Lauren
This is an awesome piece and would make a wonderful illustration.
Just magical! f/v
I always enjoy looking through your images, Frank. Thank you for your comment on my site, and this is a F/V for sure.
Thank you, Jamie for your comment. I do like putting a lot of character in the face. I just looked at your work again, and Malevolent Umbrella is my favorite of all your images. The way you arranged the background elements is inspiring.
First of all, thanks for your much-appreciated comment on my "Malevolent Umbrella."
Of your work, I believe this one is my favorite, for its atmosphere and the wealth of character you've put in the treetch's face.
Interesting thoughts Suzeee about the key and the locked door. I think the tree and door and lock can have different meanings. It probably depends on what is going on in a person's life when they view the picture. Good luck on painting a tree yourself with "more personality"!
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