In Progress ,,,, Any Name Suggestions?


Not sure how this will finish out yet but thought I would post it and get your input, do you have any name suggestions or thoughts on this painting

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  1. Oasis.

  2. grevilleacorner

     /  July 24, 2013

    Brand Earth

  3. No suggestions, I am horrible with titles, but I really like this piece! Great!

  4. Lol, it does seem fitting 🙂

  5. Would you mind to tell us why/how you got that name? Its interesting ,,,, Thank You Greville

  6. “Tired” of “Tyred”

  7. CanineTrackers

     /  July 24, 2013

    Submersible city, he-he! 😀

  8. Raph

     /  July 24, 2013

    Did you or your parents ever go to the same auto shop? If so what was it called?

  9. I like oasis, but how about adding Urban to it? ‘Urban Oasis’ perhaps??

  10. grevilleacorner

     /  July 25, 2013

    It just came to me. The two main things that struck me when I looked at the painting were
    1 the strong brand emphasis on your buildings
    2 the sense of rounded Earth beneath …
    it felt like this (the branded buildings) was an enormous growth on the planet 🙂

    Cheers Stephanie

  11. Your art is so much fun! Love the bright colors and broad brushstrokes (I don’t really know how to talk art, so hope I’m saying what I want to say.) Not good with painting names, but do want to say “thanks” for stopping by food for fun’s poptail post. Glad you came by.

  12. Thank You so very much foodcomm

  13. Awesome, love what you got out of it ,,,,,Thank You greville

  14. haha I like it Emmy Thanks

  15. lol, it’s catchy Canine Trackers ,,,,,Thank You

  16. My father worked on his own car, I take mine to the shop in the painting lol,,,,, Thank You Ralph

  17. Raph

     /  July 29, 2013

    LOL… Well glad I helped lol.

  18. BDagaz

     /  July 30, 2013

    The first bad mechanical year [is ni]-
    (While there’s device or system of value n to repair and maintain, there’s potentially an industry i. If n is of great importance to a system, i has a fair chance at flourishing. As a gross exaggeration it may seem that every year for industry i is a ‘good year’.
    However, in this case, n may have dependencies of decreasing stability.
    Hmm. Maybe a bit too much there.)
    That suggestion might not be the proper title to help ensnare observer / consumer interest with intrigue, but it’s only a title, and if sought persistently, there’s a right one to be found somewhere.

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