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    Watch movement paintings

    Per Jeannie's request here are some of my watch paintings.

    I'll start with the first and move to the better ones.

    Four 16" square panels.









    While these can be assembled to make the entire movement:



    ( I am not sure why I do not have all four together.), it is intended to be hung thus:



    Gruen Cal 462, bumper wind with missing spring



    Two broken Southbends:



    Detail:



    2824 in a Rado D-Star;



    Waltham:



    Decorated 2824 in a Rado Centrix:



    Heavily modified Valjoux 775X in an Eterna:



    Peseux 7001 in a Stowa Antea ks:



    Southbend



    This one is actually more or less finished but I do not seem to have a current picture of it


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    Stunning work.

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    Wow.

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    Absolutely stunning. The first art I have ever been interested in and seriously considering getting some soon!
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    It just keeps getting better!

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    looks like this will be next's week's one
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    Stunning work.
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    Wow.
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    It just keeps getting better!
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    looks like this will be next's week's one

    Thank you all. You are too kind. Painting movements was a natural progression from the urban landscapes. In both cases their is a lot of "air" and space in the pieces I do, as well as perspective and a high degree of architecture.

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    Absolutely stunning. The first art I have ever been interested in and seriously considering getting some soon!

    Very glad my tardiness hasn't soured you on them.

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    Stunning work.

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