Defragmented or…Hamburg*End(si)e Canvas

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Slowly getting there- but still a lot to do for my exhibition in August. Here is another canvas I created – I had lots of fun doing this one.

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If you have never been to Hamburg you probably do not get all the references and landmarks in the collage – but there are lot’s of them in there :) But even if you do not know all of them- I hope you have fun spotting some details.

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The canvas is 16″ by 24″ big (40cm x 60cm) – I know it looks way smaller here -. Off to work on some more canvases.

Have a wonderful day

 

P.S. – Thank you for you wonderful comments and sharing your personal thoughts and stories on my post the day before yesterday! Thank YOU!!!

Hugs

Nat

Comments (11)

  • Cat Graves

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    Love your canvas…I could get lost for hours in it.

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  • Lisa Flaherty

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    Nat, I think this is one of my all-time favorites of yours! The colors, the collage-i-ness of the illustration, how FULL and VIBRANT the piece is!! Bet it is magnificent in real life at that 16×24″ size!!

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  • Kathy P.

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    Such vibrant colors….love this, Nat! I would love to see your exhibit in person!

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  • Annabelle

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    Love your canvas, love your blog,

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  • Madeline Rains

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    In the center at the top of the canvas, is that a hamburger with teeth? I love it, whatever all of it is. Great color combination.

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  • Corrine

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    Very Picasso in bright colors, love it….xox

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  • Nurse Ratchet

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    Love your work!!

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  • Cuchy

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    I see lots of references to your city too. But I love all those “hearts/anchors ” specially
    Ohh, I’d love to go to the exhibition…

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  • suzanne bouchard

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    It is wonderful to see the inside or the sub-concious at work. I am not a psycho analyst I just see a lot of references to Hamburg a city that you love, a city where you met your love and a city that you cherisheven though you will mouve out of it, paintings, works of arts speak of wo we are. Your paintings are beautiful!

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  • sam sabatino

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    Nat—i love this canvas of yours—yummy images—great “colorization”—thanks for all of your sharing—SAM

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