Tuesday, June 3, 2008


"pax.brita"

Bev's delightful portrait sampled. Hope she does not mind.....

12 comments:

Kim said...

I like this interpretation John....seems to give an insight into the personality beyond the photo...
I loved that thatched house at Bev's...*green smilie*

Jean Levert Hood said...

oooooooooooooooh, I am always delighted when green a violet join!

Bev said...

Love it! I am honoured by your sampling!

Husband has cancelled Broadband because of me messing about on the computer all day and not getting things done, so bye for now.

Have enjoyed very much reading your blog.

Bev said...

grate i think its really crative and it really shows my fun side!!!!!!!!!
eleanor x

Nora said...

I am at a great loss as to which portrait you sampled and feel rather stupid, but that may be because I have not been by for a while and feel rather out of it. I have been tending to Dutch blogs. I like what you did with whatever you used. Just wish I wasn't in the dark so much. I should now have a Eureka moment, but it isn't happening. maybe I have blog fatigue. Ciao, Ringo.

Anonymous said...

Be careful, dutch blogs are probably managed by foreigners....spome evcen blond and tall and like to wear orange and want for the canals to freeze. They like bicycles and never wear wooden shoes, honestly.

Bev, you will be missed. Eleanor, that was a great smiling pic of you.

din.go

Frances said...

I like this version of the cheerful anarchy of childhood. I will miss Bev. But addiction is addiction and the blog world can be very seductive. Same with your art.
Can I say? I love the hair in this picture. more even than the grass. more than the purple. Children are lovely.

Frances said...

you know something, johnmora. Seriously now. I really like you. I enjoy your blog and not just because of the artwork. You got SOUL man.
layers and layers of soul.

Anonymous said...

no.way.jose

not.jose

Lisa Sarsfield said...

I am intrigued by this one.The 2 half's diagnonally is a good effect and I like the change in shapes between each half too. Photo shop was invented just for you I am sure:)
Any snakes in that grass?

Sue O'Kieffe said...

i love this piece. the colors, the contrast of angles and swirls. one of your best, i think. but there have been so many, who's counting?
~sue

dianeclancy said...

Hi John,

I like the colors ... the pink and purple going through and the texture.

~ Diane Clancy
www.DianeClancy.com/blog
www.DianeClancy.etsy.com