Fall stuff

Fall stuff

Fall stuff

Mixed media / October 2021

~ by Oloriel on October 4, 2021.

4 Responses to “Fall stuff”

  1. I’ve always liked your art.

    • Thank you Resa, means a lot from a connoisseur like you 😀

      • You are a connoisseur, too! xoxo

      • If anything, you inspire me to look more. I feel it is kind of disappointing that i see less and less murals nowadays in my city, and just more of tagging and football paroles and such. But then again, we have all been indoors.
        It makes me think about things like Maybe we should have a big digital wall, for murals or maybe an online place where one could Paint over existing buildings, like a mockup?
        Thank you for always inspiring me to think Art! 😀

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