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The Void is Become Resurrected Upon the Light of the Father

by Paul Ulrich

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It seems weird that after all of these weeks of working and toiling and watching all of you amazing people doing these great things that I have not tried to make my art more like that which YOU have produced. I say it is weird because I feel like you all have your fingers on the visual heartbeat of the throngs of world, and I have been working away in my corner with these strange watercolor paintings that have almost nothing in common with the rest of the society six artists. And yet, this community has also shown me that there is value in following your personal vision and the pursuit of perfection. So I will keep working on my watercolors and hope hope hope that you appreciate my efforts as much as I appreciate yours and hope for your success. After all, as much as our culture promotes a Dog Eat Dog mentality, we are strongest when we band together and help each other out. If you read this far, you are now one of my heroes and obviously interested in more than a random picture to press the "promote" button which seems to be grossly abused in this place. Much love. Much love.
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M. de Vena commented on May 11, 2012 9:05pm
Well said, Paul. I feel the same actually. A little odd man out thing but it forces boundaries to be pushed out of monotony and mediocrity I think. I like the watercolors and welcome back.
Paul Ulrich commented on May 12, 2012 4:27pm
Thank you Mr. de Vena! I really like your works as well. They have the kind of potent individuality and uniqueness that keeps me going. Don't stay the same, but don't cave in to the fads of others. They are the cannibals that ultimately end up devouring their own tails rather than improving their own fantasies.
brenda erickson commented on November 9, 2012 4:32am
You strummed my chords with your writing above. I have six pieces all in some form of still disarray and I was thinking yesterday that none of them are going to be any more favored than my last pieces. No matter what I start, it eventually evolves or de-evolves into something too large and detailed to really be noticed in this format. Yet, apparently,it is the work I am to produce as resistance just forces my inner muse to get something like PMS. Yet, I look at the simplicity of your statements lie a breath of fresh air. We both enjoy symbology; I think you use it exceedingly well and create powerful pieces. Keep doing what ya do. I think it is brilliant
Greg Sieber commented on November 11, 2012 2:21pm
very nice work