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Dmitry's work is like seeing the mental images of a Shaman who is channeling the ancestors & aliens from outer space all at once. His depictions, shows us forgotten memories, future predictions, & ancient stories. His artwork is unique in so many levels.


It's so beautiful it leaves you speechless.
:iconwitoldhippie: Japanese girl in blue by Witoldhippie

:iconglenox66: broken tree by glenox66

:iconwaynebenedet: In Days Measured With Peace (0561) by WayneBenedet:iconrichardpratt: Depression by RichardPratt

These are polar opposites of each other. One makes you happy to be alive, the world is bright, full of color & life. It makes you want to soar with the clouds. It makes you feel like there are only good things waiting for you.

The other is a study of depression. The world has been bleached grey, everything is devoid of color, his pain is felt by all the living things around him. They weep for him and with him. His posture makes your want to hold him in your arms, even though every touch brings them (a person with depression) pain.

:iconhoaxeye: 04192013-1301 by hoaxeye
What I love about this photo is that he took a normal everything common object that we walk over and overlook on a daily basis and he showed us the ethereal beauty of it. It makes me wonder what else this picture is trying to tell us & will we be able to understand it in time.
:icontjkruse: Two trees by TJKruse
Everyone knows what a tree looks like, yet not everyone can paint one. He painted what was there PLUS endless possibilities of things that could have been or might have been visible if we had the ability to see beyond our human capabilities: like motes of light on the wings of birds or butterflies or scent of perfume carried on the motion of the wind currents. It a dream-like depiction.
:iconingeline-art: roses at rose farm 12 by ingeline-art
She captured a memory of my childhood. These "blue" roses were my mother's pride & joy. In general I am not a lover of roses, as as a child it was my job to keep them (over a hundred rose bushes) de-headed so they could produce more flowers & those things were evil their nasty thorns scratched & poked my delicate skin & make me bleed. Those burning wounds hurt for days & in my case a lifetime.
:iconaltergromit: In crowd by altergromit
"In this age of everyone trying to be the same how does one standout above the crowd?" This army of birds look the same yet there are subtle differences; some have enhanced their chest with brightly colored feathers, others stand tilted towards different angles (the clowns of the group LOL). All await in eagerness for what comes next.... will it be food, instructions, wisdom? Maybe they will all receive the same but use it differently. One never knows.


:iconceachese: THE OBSERVER by CEACHESE

:iconingeline-art: flowers for Gloria Glunac by ingeline-art Angel for Glunac by ingeline-art

:iconpastseeker: An Iris for Gloria by pastseeker

:iconsamanthajordaan: Toucan - table 1. by SamanthaJordaan

:iconartbybeverly: Angel for Angels! by ArtBYbeverly

:iconampata: Stamp glunac by Ampata
The weather has turned beautiful out there, in the 60’s.  I can barely contain my excitement to finally have Spring, soon as the sun is up, I want to be out there digging, weeding & planting.  All of my muscles hurt, but it’s a good ache. The ache of muscles awakening after a long Winter inactivity.

Great Art & the Masters behind these pieces. Go take a look at their galleries.
167. Gus :iconravenhaven:    Bathed in morning light by Ravenhaven
Rays Of Light On A Winter... by Ravenhaven Glittering Hues by Ravenhaven

168. Jacob :iconrayjmaraca:Jascha Heifetz by Rayjmaraca
Serendipitous Fire by RayjmaracaPostcajun Miasmic Hyperempiric by RayjmaracaThe Titanium Eagle Screams Eternal by Rayjmaraca

169. Renato :iconrenatoart: Capricorn by renatoart
swallowtail by renatoart jutro by renatoart

170. Stephanie :iconretluc: DragonRock by Retluc
Life by Retluc Fish-Tank by Retluc

171. Dmitry :iconretransmissionTell me the way by retransmission:Hand spirit by retransmissionThe Great Fisherman by retransmission Battle of the Silver Wind and the Great Watersnake by retransmission

172. Frank :iconretro2k: .: Automne Silencieuse :. by retro2k
Who is going home... by retro2k .: Ladies View :. by retro2k .: Grandmothers Couch :. by retro2k

173.  Evey :iconrhed-dawg: Blue bottle tree by Rhed-Dawg
 Little blue. by Rhed-Dawg Wild lily by Rhed-Dawg

174. Rhys :iconrhyskm: Holiday by RhysKM
New socks by RhysKM Portrait of bob dylan by RhysKM

175. Richard :iconrichardrobert:mushroom by RichardRobert Show car 12 by RichardRobert Show car 2 by RichardRobertowl by RichardRobert

I have new doggy neighbors (lots of them) & they bark non-stop when i am out there, so I decided it was time to make friends with them so I baked them doggy treats. Two are won over, several more to go. Yes, I asked their owners if I could give them treats & asked if they were allergic to anything. 

Here’s my recipe just in case you feel like baking, I have not checked to see if all the ingredients are good for dogs. It’s just something I used to make for our doggy who was allergic to most commercial doggy treats & dry dog foods.

My Doggy treat recipe:
1 1/2 c. whole wheat flour
1/2 all purpose flour
1/2 c. ground flax seeds
1/2 c. wheat germ
2 Tbsp. coconut oil  or any good quality oil
1 Tbsp. dried parsley flakes
1 Tbsp. shredded applewood bacon  
1 Tbsp. sesame seeds
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 c. tap water

Combine all. Flatten out on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
Cut into shape. I just did squares,  Bake  at 350 F for 15 min. flip & bake for 10-15 min. more  or until both sides are crisp. Let air cool.
They make good crunchy cracker-like snacks for people, just add a 1/2 tsp of salt if they are for you as they are a bit bland.

Add peanut butter if your dog  is not allergic to it. I thought I’d try some with liverwurst next time, not for me just for the dogs. LOL
Wishing you all a great day,


Gloria Luna C.
Artist | Varied
United States
I am housewife, mother, grandmother & artist.

I am dyslexic & suffer from malapropisms so often use the wrong words.

I have been working on a book of illustrated poems, dreams & stories. Like my life, it is a Work in Progress. I learned to paint as a way to illustrate these verbal images.

Though I took painting, woodworking and clay sculpturing classes, I am mainly self-taught.
Most of my original artwork is NOT for sale.

Because my eyesight and health have been declining I was posting more photos, then paintings of late. Since early childhood, I have always taken photos at family gatherings (for family use only), those images captured our unique way of life as Migrant Farm Workers.

Because of the bot that hit my gallery I have put everything in storage:
I will NOT fave stuff I journal to "To Fave or Not to Fave"…

ESTJ - "Administrator". I am honest & very outgoing, but tend to be pragmatic and analytical, so if you are insecure, over-sensitive & tend to get upset easily, we are NOT compatible, "Friend" someone else.

On line:
I am a get to the point kind of person. In person, I talk a lot.

Art competitions should be won by the person with the best entry, not the person with the most friends. I will vote for the piece I like best, regardless of who made it.

I will NOT celebrate your BD or dA Anniversary or give you "llama's or points"!

If you know any of my personal info. keep it to yourself. Respect my Privacy

Links to 1st Peer Pressure Tag…
Tagged 10 (different) things about me…
Without Permission Continues…

Current Residence: Once a Texan, always a Texan
Print preference: 11 x 14 in.
Favourite genre of music: Native American Chants & Drums, Rock, Alternative, Irish, Latin, Vocal Jazz, Blues
Favourite style of art: Simplistic:Expressionism & Impressionism
Personal Quote: "The harvest is past, the Summer has ended, & we are not saved" Jeremiah 8:20

When you were a child what did you want to be when you grew up? Did you accomplish it? 

14 deviants said Other Please explain
8 deviants said A librarian, teacher or writer
5 deviants said An adventurer, cosmonaut/astronant
4 deviants said An invertor, evil genius, mad scientist, Biologist or Chemist
3 deviants said A rock star, movie star, ballerina or dancer
2 deviants said A doctor, nurse or social worker
1 deviant said A fairy princess, a unicorn or other mystical creature
1 deviant said A soldier, fireman or policeman
1 deviant said A bird
1 deviant said A superhero, please list what kind

Favorite Quotes

John Epstein:
"We do not choose to be born. We do not choose our parent, or the country of our birth. We do not, most of us, choose to die; nor do we choose the time and conditions of our death. But within this realm of choicelessness, we do choose how we live."”

Bette Davis:
"If you have never been hated by your child, you have never been a parent."

Mohammed Ali:
I am the greatest, I said that even before I knew I was.



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misterwackydoodle Mar 30, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
get well soon!  stopped by for a visit, hi =)  :iconducks2plz:
glunac Mar 30, 2014   General Artist
I'm up, not running yet but no longer in pain either.
misterwackydoodle Apr 2, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
you go, girl!  i'm better myself, whole family had pneumonia, getting better now, spring is in the air, bringing life and good health.  get well soon!
glunac Apr 3, 2014   General Artist
Cannot even imagine the chaos of everyone being sick at once. Hope everyone in your house has recovered.
coffeenoir Mar 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I was going to feature you in this journal installment but forgot that you had put into storage all the deviations you have. Just wanted you to know that I was thinking of you, hope this finds you doing well dear friend.:rose:
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