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First Breath From Coma is a painting by Ian Hemingway which was uploaded on September 26th, 2011.
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30.000 x 30.000 x 3.000 inches
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First Breath From Coma
Painting - Oil On Wood Panel
September 26th, 2011
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Amazing art with wonderful details.
This is Cool design!
John Sabey Jr
Cool. Nice...love the windshield
Very pretty piece! L/F
This is cool. Love this
Being a motorcycle roadracer myself, I was caught-up in realizing the moment captured in this piece. Racing at high speeds and virtually at your limit mentally and physically capacity for 40-minutes is all consuming . I had to take a deep breath after studying this piece, Very beautiful and great work.
Love the detail
I knew someone would purchase this amazing piece of art. You are awesome!! Congratulations!!!
Great composition...congrats on sale...Gary
Wow! This is really detailed!! Awesome!
Ian Hemingway replied:
Oh Sandra, thank you So Much, that really means a lot!!
Great Job!! I love the colors and it's realistic. I used to attend sportbike races at Road Atlanta, and found it to be a photographers dream. What you have painted is truly fantastic..
Thank you so much Tanya, that means more than you'll ever know! That is so amazing, and bike racing most certainly is, I'd love to see Road Atlanta one of these days. Jealous! Thank you again, love that you think so!
Wow thats so realistic and well painted. Keep it up!
Very unique, you are very careful with details, the equilibrium of colors, shadows. Great work all of yours, in oils?! amazing.
J P Lambert
Like the detail. I thought it was colored pencil at first.
Very nice work!
I was just looking at your wonderful work and then I saw you on the front page :)
Hi Amber! Thank you So Very Much, that really means a lot from you! Aww... that's incredibly thoughtful of you to say. I really love your work also, beautiful! -Ian
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