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Zackary BattistoLast login: 23-02-2012 19:19
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Thomas Scheibitz - Brillux

1999

Bianca Trumble
The mixture of sharp angles and round, fluid forms make this a very interesting painting.

Debjyotti Basu
You are right Binaca , its rich in form as well , when you come to think of the language it speaks....I think it shares a dynamic equilibrium....giving rise to an new perceptual stage....the acute angles penitrating into the fluidity of a sublime cohesion....

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