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March 21, 2011


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Clearly so much better when they are made out of gold. So much more shiny! :) This painting of yours should cost like a million dollars, it's gold...

I just wanna ask if it's still a rainbow when you change the colors? Isn't it the cool colour-shift that makes it a rainbow or what is the right definition on a rainbow?

Anyway. I love your golden rainbow. Excellent painted! :)


Any chance of a solid-gold double-rainbow coming by? :)

Or maybe some valuable cubic zirconias at the end of the rainbow??...

Marc Johns

I guess that's the thing - making it solid gold makes it more valuable, except it's no longer a rainbow anymore - it loses value at the same time.

Solid gold double rainbows are a great idea :)


Wow-the golden rainbow remnds me of multiple golden arches I painted (acrylic) in 1972--they floated in a violet-blue ether/universe and there was a brilliant light emanating from the center. Miss that painting. And I enjoyed your site!


awesome. flat out.

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