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to a frightening degree I can impart details that represent a degree of, "information", each picture taking more than it's share of words. I can't do what a lot of other artists do but I swear this is really something different, it is, it's own thing to be ripped off until it evolves into...<gasp> it's own freaking genre of non sensical partial representations. the depiction but not the likeness the cave wall just appeared like that way, a spirit lives in the cave. firelight casting shadows deeper into the gaping cave mouth reactions based on impressions like how a penmanship resembles a certain subliminal image. some people don't see it. some people think they see it,...it is mysteriously impressive a triumph of the worm to navigate a meal for birds that is rich soil and scarecrows not working hard enough how many birds do we got shot down for growing essentially bird seed. something different with the media when we dream everything is richer and fuller, with more detail trails unto genetic memories we become our own ancient ancestors and must ask ourselves since we our the fount of source. magic beans in our mystery meal shows other poses like cubism only it is different than that... all for late night munchies the spirit is the life of the cave, sounds like music, was this the noise you wanted to make? please try to make your own crossroad and see if you scare yourself I would love to see it. much richness to the life of the spirit who lives there. art imitates life, depicts the likeness of spirit, and is something wholely un living canvas and paint; what a thing to be. whatever thinks is that.
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