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Vice Painting - Witness For The Prosecution by Johny Deluna

Witness For The Prosecution is a painting by Johny Deluna which was uploaded on June 20th, 2011.

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This is akin to watching a classic can watch it 15 times, and still find there's something you missed. I love the intrigue of not only the patterns, but of the characters an inanimate objects that each have a meaning. I love a challenge, and this definitely is one.

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks for your kind comment Viki.

Johny -- I was feeling a little low today, so I thought I'd visit Johny Deluna for a little pizazz and pick me up. Bingo, works every time. Great gallery Johny; always a treat to visit! L/F

Johny Deluna replied:

Now that a comment I really like to hear!! Makes me feel good to hear it. Thanks Bill.

Your work is so unique Johny ! I see this as a wonderful mix of aboriginal and psychedelic ! Great expression ! F/V

Johny Deluna replied:

Abrigado Paula. I've never heard my work described that way - thank-you :)

Amazing work Johny...............ahhh those judges........all too human after all.Temptation does not avoid them...........

Johny Deluna replied:

Thanks Paula - you are right everybody wants the same things

Lovely created, Johny! Nice movement!! I do appreciate your nice feedback on my "Boats in front of the Buildings I", thank you!!

Merci Nicole. Vous Ítes trop gentil.

Wow... Richness of design! Johny your style has no comparison! I like the subjects and title!

Thanks Lenore. This isn't related to the movie - though I recall the name. Too often people set themselves up as judges of others. But you don't have to look very closely at the 'judges' to see their weaknesses either. Everyone wants something and everyone has insecurities and vices.

Johny~You definitely have your own style...very unique use of painting almost quilt-like fabric patterns throughout each piece. Agree with Carolyn that it's very chaotic and controlled at the same time. This is one image I keep coming back to, in part because of the title. I loved the movie with Charles Laughton many years ago (giving my age)! Not sure if there's any relationship to the movie. Not sure what it means, but that's's fascinating and evocative. V/F

Johny. I love your unique style. It is cool!!!

The more I look the more I see. The body lanuage says it all. Great piece and great title! Chaotic and structured at the same time. Most interesting. Love your artwork Johny!

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