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Romarch
"Epic and Mysterious"
It's got that Easter Island or Abu Simbel feel to it... You have a few more like this from the early years, most notably "Regis" ('99) for its monumental face and "Equatorial" (same year) for the equally monumental rocks that are likewise perched on the very edge of a shoreline. I've never lost my fascination with works like this; they always leave me wondering who built them and how long it's been since anyone but me has seen them.

Sat July 26, 2014 at 5:22 pm

David
"Cool Stuff"
This image is cool - I like the funky tiled background. Seems like you've fallen out of favor of doing a lot of faces in your work.

Mon July 26, 2010 at 3:07 pm

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