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Revamped studio and stone display

Post  Morea on Sun Sep 26, 2010 2:04 pm

Dear viewers and

Jerry ,
would like to show You one side of my revamped studio,
It is the side were i draw,scribble,pc and study.
Started a psycology study at University Nijmegen january this Year
and as You can see i have a new doggie !!! cheers
He (Eddie) is an English Bulldog and always with me in my studio I love you
On the place befor the window are a few of my little stones.
Also show another part the opposit of the table were it is special !
Enjoy




Morea
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Re: Revamped studio and stone display

Post  Morea on Sun Sep 26, 2010 2:21 pm

Dear Chris and others

Been making some display's , with and for some favorit stones.
Some are ceramic and some ,,,,,, are something else.
Here are a few,
enjoy

First i would like to show the stone on a oil painted table.
They feel equally , balanced in heavyness .
The oil painted table i made is called "pain"
The stone belongs on it very much for my feeling.



Second is a Welsh coastel stone in a metal holder.


A French stone ( Central Massive ) more green in real on a ceramic slab.


And Jerry's heartstones on a specially made slab for it.
I love the heavy stone ,colour and stripes image in opposit
with the lightness if the black waves as vaporating into the air!
Kind regards
Morea




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Re: Revamped studio and stone display

Post  Ume on Sun Sep 26, 2010 4:05 pm

Hi Morea,

I really like your displays. I find the stone on the painting quite intriguing! I am new to this art form and find it wonderful!

Ume
cat

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Re: Revamped studio and stone display

Post  Chris Cochrane on Sun Sep 26, 2010 6:11 pm

Oh my gosh, Morea. ... I love you silent I love you ... Your displays steal the hearts of viewers-- I am a huge fan of creativity that is respectfully offered & your stone with a line complimented by a painting of a line is earth shattering. Thank you for sharing a beautiful expression.

The Welsh coastal stone in its metal holder balances the humility of the natural stone with respectful craftsmanship of a finely designed seat. It is very unusual and easily treasured. I want to send you my stones that seem a bit unappreciated (because I find no way to mount them) or simply lacking in vision from me (though I like the stones a lot). It is probably impractical to send heavy stones & return them. Still, you turn stone appreciation into art, and I am pleased just to view such wonders.

You have a gift that many "self-professed creative" bonsai enthusiast lack in melding traditional spirit with modern style.

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