Art in Afghanistan

pinkprincess

Lantern Swinger
#4
witsend said:
I enjoyed running thru that selection, he appears to capture the moment.

Why stick it in the gash pink?
I love art as much as I love music when it's good but I thought you chaps might think it a bit wet.

I've sold some of my own work on three continents now, maybe I'll be brave enough to post some here sometime...

Although my work comes nowhere near the standard of that in the link. It was truly breathtaking.
 

(granny)

Banned
Book Reviewer
#5
Found the images very moving. I suddenly realised that my own artistic endeavors paled into insignificance.
I don't think I would dare put any on the site.
 
#6
(granny) said:
Found the images very moving. I suddenly realised that my own artistic endeavors paled into insignificance.
I don't think I would dare put any on the site.
Granny you are doing yourself a great disservice. You are an outstanding artist in your own right.
I have been down the street where you live and your freshly decorated Front Door painted in the subtle shade of pussers grey is a joy to behold.
I especially took delight in seeing how you had taken the time to depict the house pennant number in a delicate white trim.
But for me the real icing on the cake was the Captain D black stripe around the chimney stack. It certainly puts the rest of your neighbourhood well and truely in the doldrums! :wink:
 
#7
That guy is really good. Really captured the moments.

He might want to be careful though, the MOD might start trying to sell his pieces to make a bit of cash!!
 

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