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Dreamart
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Glassy Waterscape
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David Camp, esoteric web artist, retired librarian




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Ocean
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Nice colors, David. I'm not fond of red, but you've done a great job of getting the red tones and blue tones just right. Lovely!



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Dreamart
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Re: Glassy Waterscape
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I am probably most fond of blue myself, but when I was working on the 64 page I Ching section of my project, one page for each hexagram, I used reds in the bottom line, orange in the second, yellow in the third, green in the fourth, blue in the fifth, and purple or violet in the topmost line, all as a way of mirroring chakras, the visible light spectrum, and the base colors of Soul as it evolves.

David Camp, esoteric web artist, retired librarian

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Ocean
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Is the I Ching project on your website? I do I Ching readings for certain clients and since it's a dynamic form of divination, there's always something new to learn. Interestingly, I use color and light from the visible spectrum in the form of mediation I teach.

Gotta love synchronicities!



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