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Ann Grasso Pattern Art, Learning to See

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  • Jan Brandt
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    I see the shadow of a seahorse … AND tar on pavement.

  • Maria Vennekens
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    I sse a seahorse. ButI know itis a road wisch has been repaired. I once made book collecting the signs road workers write in our town.

  • Eunice
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    A seahorse

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      Ann Grasso
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      I bet you get 100% on daily trivia too, smile.

  • Colleen
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    A seahorse!

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      Ann Grasso
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      Thanks for playing, Colleen!

  • Cari
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    So many things, due to my over active imagination…. A seahorse, a bird, a gymnast balancing on an apparatus (horse or beam), a dancer with their arm back. 🙂

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      Ann Grasso
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      WOWZA Cari. I wonder how much time you would spend with inkblots? I love your imagination.

  • Anne
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    A woodpecker, for sure!

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      Ann Grasso
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      I love your certainty!

  • Ladee Miller
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    A hieroglyphic on a cave wall about birds. And a seahorse

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      Ann Grasso
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      You are in good company!

  • Cheryl
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    A seahorse or a bird! 🙂

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      Ann Grasso
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      Glad this focuses your attention.

  • Lisa Keith
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    I see the seahorse too, but with a very long and narrow beak….perhaps a water bird of some kind.

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      Ann Grasso
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      thanks for offering your point of view – all good!

  • Johnna
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    Your realist friend sees noting but a tar blob on some pretty stones.

  • Johnna
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    Ha….I tried to leave a comment that had similar words as Maria ( above) but it wouldn’t let me. It said that post was a repeat. I guess I will try to be FIRST with my ideas instead of last !

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      Ann Grasso
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      Oddly, I wrote a reply to your two comments, but they are not showing up. Hmmm, an icicle must be in the works. We are waiting for replies from Mail Chimp on why comments would be discounted. I’ll let you know when we hear.

  • Eva
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    What if…you turned the art in a landscape position so that the slug was slithering to the right. It is a very sunny morning and his shadow is following him. P.S. his name is Herman.

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      Ann Grasso
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      I hope more people rotate the photos. I do it all the time. But I have to admit I have not succumbed to naming. Herman, eh?

  • Eva
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    Placed in a landscape position, it is a snail slithering to the right. The noon sun is shining which has his shadow following him. His name is Herman.

  • Eva
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    I guess it is working now….

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