I love how your style is in a way a combination of technique between Salvador Dali & M.C. Escher's surrealism, & simultaneously original with the language of symbolism that's all your own. Love it, great work, & amazing execution!
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Hi ...Dear ... shvayba ...!!! Your Fantastic Art work ... Euclid's feelings is featured in Action-Portraits...!!! if you don't mind... best regards.....................You're most welcome in Action-Portraits...!!!
Congratulations! This piece has been chosen for BEST OF MONTHLY FEATURE!! It is currently featured in this week's [link] journal and [link] news article, and will be displayed for the rest of the month!
And when I get some money, I'll check it out. I'm currently homeless and unemployed, couchsurfing and using the internet when I can (thanks mainly to public libraries). But, one day I shall see what I can do about this! Kudos, nonetheless.