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Hidden But Not Forbidden is a painting by Anne-Elizabeth Whiteway which was uploaded on September 17th, 2012.
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Can you find an elephant (abstract), cat, umbrella, fish, bird's beak, and/or any other objects or figures in this silly abstract?
Hidden But Not Forbidden
Painting - Watercolor,pencil,pen On Paper
September 17th, 2012
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This looks like so much fun - at least, that's what I see in it. Lovely work!
Anne-Elizabeth Whiteway replied:
BRENDA, I guess we will meet someday...at least I hope so. I'm so glad you like this abstract. One of those that I simply made up as I painted it. Love your work.
Wonderful abstract Anna Elizabeth you are so talented!! lfv
Thank you Deyanira!
Thanks to all who commented. So very, very glad you like this.
I just sat down and made it all up.
I like to be spontaneous.
I've written to each of you on your sites but want to thank you again here.
Blessings and good wishes to you all.
Jolanta Anna Karolska
Very interesting and intriguing abstract Anne...love the vibrancy and colour play in this work...
Puzzled peace of art, I can find as many amazing hidden creatures here as long I look at it. Astonishing...Also want to thank you for your insightful comments, Anne!
Your art work is beautiful. It brings to mind halloween with one child hiding behing the older ones. v
Anne, I love this abstract because I see in it the closeness that my husband and I achieved in our long marriage.
Anne the is a wonderful fun piece, better than rubic cube by far, I see an elephant,bird, fish, favorite
Very colorful abstract! v
Thank you Ana Julia, Cheryl and Ernie. Glad you like this silly picture.
I have written to each of you individually & made comments on your images.
However, I want to thank you here as well, so everyone can see my appreciation.
*Did you find the hidden (or not so hidden) figures in the drawing?.
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