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Power Painting by Otis L Stanley

Power is a painting by Otis L Stanley which was uploaded on January 15th, 2011.

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Outstanding thought! Perfect model used! L/F

Otis, I was thrilled to see this new wonderfully composed, kudos my friend, v/f

Awesome Otis, I like the word power with the symols of power. Everyone has an opinion, that's mine :)

This is AMAZING! awesome work, Otis!

Very moving piece.The colors and the strong vertical lines very powerful.

I really LIKE the word as part of the picture, especially at its scale, it makes an IMPORT to the frontal lobe; i.e. it forces you to look at the picture in its entirety, and to think about the individual elements, and how each relates to the other and to the whole. There really is so much represented by the somewhat simple elements in the picture, that it really IS a POWER PAINTING! I hadn't looked at all of your paintings last night, so I'm glad you brought this one to my attention.

Kerry, If I indeed have a usual stlye than I'm really happy that I did this work. It's called movement. LOL. Standing still only brings on moss. Conversation was the goal with this piece and I'm glad it's happening. Peace, O.

Great concept and rendering Otis!

O--this looks to be a step away from your "usual" style. I like the concept and the construct of the piece. Makes one think and reflect on its meaning and take away from it something unique to them as Walter has mentioned.

Walter, Thanks for your feedback about this piece. Your comments are much appreciated. It's refreshing to read your review rather than just a standard pat on the back. To I, it's much more rewarding to have a conversation about the work. Peace, O.

I love this, but allow your work to breath and speak for itself. It doesn't need the word, "Power", to import what it is you are trying to convey in your work. Compliment the viewer's visual engagement with the piece by allowing them to engage with this piece on their own merit; thereby, they take away from it something new and unique, whose disclosure will surprise you.

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