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  1. charlotte thompson

    Dreaming

    A Series: “Dreaming!” where to get gas near me
  2. charlotte thompson

    Lady of the Lake

    Lady of the Lake
  3. charlotte thompson

    December Wedding

  4. charlotte thompson

    The Creation of Sunday

  5. charlotte thompson

    Parker

    This was a birthday card I made for Parker long ago p
  6. charlotte thompson

    Falling. O.

  7. charlotte thompson

    Collection by Alexandr Babuskin

    Some of my work today posted by and collection made for me by Alexandr Babuskin. We have become good friends. http://finbahn.com/charlotte-thompson/?fbclid=IwAR3ZqjoWSVS_rs-rS-70azuS9vqDGQUTlMTzvvtpD1ltt-4XhxtdkYS9Ne4
  8. charlotte thompson

    Mother Natures Tears

  9. charlotte thompson

    Mother of all Nature

    Charlotte Thompson: “Mother of All Nature”
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    Resident Evil

  11. charlotte thompson

    When the wings Rest

  12. Nicolas Claris

    My World: In the art side of my mind

    Beside my so called "commercial" work I do try to experiment my feelings, interrogations and findings into personal works… For some years now, I have created some series that some of you might be aware of (@Asher Kelman , @Cem_Usakligil ;) As "Claris Image Builder" celebrate this year its...
  13. Asher Kelman

    How do we "experience art"? Is there a way specific to the work?

    This morning, the New york Times published an article on the pressure key galleries in Europe have as hordes of visitors pack in to view their art treasures on display. The buildings aren't designed for the huge numbers of enthusiastic folk packing into spaces like this was the last subway train...
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