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Abstract Photography Photograph - Thou Shalt Not Steel by Marlene Burns

Thou Shalt Not Steel is a photograph by Marlene Burns which was uploaded on May 2nd, 2013.

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Wonderful capture of light and shadow and texture, Marlene. Like your title's play on words, too. f/l

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you, Ann!

Very cool image. Sleek, yet gritty. You have a steely eye for the urban. Love your Urban Abstracts gallery. L/F

Marlene Burns replied:

Thanks so much, Russell, I truly appreciate your comments. This series dragged me away from painting...it had to be something pretty powerful.

This is such a brilliant photo Marlene!!! L/F

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you, Marvin!

Love this! L/F

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you, Lori!

Just another of your amazing triptych masterpieces! Always a pleasure visiting your gallery! LF

Marlene Burns replied:

Jeff, thank you so much!

very fascinating; the images perfectly complement one another. F/L

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you, Dean!

Excellent!

Marlene Burns replied:

Thanks, Bob!

Love the feel of this.

Marlene Burns replied:

Thanks so much, Louis!

A wonderful futurist feeling composition dear Marlene. Your photo on your site looks like Delilah! f/l

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you, dear Seth and thank you!

beautiful work Marlene

Marlene Burns replied:

Thanks, David!

Awesome!

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you, Randi!

Great image, L

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you, WB!

There you go again, you clever girl, juxtaposing the most amazing bits and bobs together ... I know I've said it before ... but wowzer ... what an eye you have!!!!! Love it!!! l/f and tweeted

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you so much, Lois!

Kate, thanks for making this triptych a favorite!

Great title! Love the play on words that make one think about an everyday object. Steel is just an everyday object that one rarely lingers thoughtfully on, but when you really stop to think about it, it is one element that keeps things safe & secure or 'locked' in place in the industrial world.

Marlene Burns replied:

Yes, Chrystyne, and thank you so much for your thoughtful remarks!

Jean, thanks for making this a favorite of yours

Thanks Marlene. I saw a shelf portrait in his photography gallery. That will work. I like your title "thou shalt not steel" . I think untitled work is unfinished work.

Marlene Burns replied:

Titling my work is my reward when the piece is completed!

Very nicely done, Marlene! F&L

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you, Karol!

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you for the eature, Lyric, in the Industrial Art Group!

Fantastic work!! lfv

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you, Deyanira!

I love this Marlene. Steel in simular shapes yet such vastly different functions. It's a fantastic rendition of your work through the medium of a camera. Thank you for commenting on my recent post... I appreciate it and am honored. Sean.

Marlene Burns replied:

Thanks, sean...so good to be in touch again...I've been having lots of fun with the camera these days!

Karl, thanks for favoriting this triptych!

well done very creative, great title l/f

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you, Paul!

You shalt press and move. ) f.v Seems to be the direct connection line. Connection to who or what? )))

Marlene Burns replied:

I'll never tell! Thank you, Alexander!

Fabulous, Marlene! I am in awe of how you pull these triptychs together!

Marlene Burns replied:

Thanks, Colleen...basically, I paint with pieces of photographs...I use a similar process...it's been fascinating for me.

Awesome work! fv

Marlene Burns replied:

Thank you, Jim!

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