The Zombies Parade

ITI Ion Vincent Danu


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The Zombies Parade Painting


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Sherbrooke, Qc - Canada

Thank you very much John!

Titusville, FL - United States

Congratulations on being featured in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"

Sherbrooke, Qc - Canada

Thank you Chrisann, I'm honored

Sunrise, FL - United States

Ion, Your Work has been Featured On The Home Page of Weekly Fun For All Mediums..Happy Days..Congrats!!!

Canton, NY - United States

I noticed someone else use the word "powerful". That fits this piece as well as any I've seen in a while. Excellent work!

Thanks Denny!

Sherbrooke, QC - Canada

It started with a regular 24 June St. John parade. Then, painting and repainting, on and off during a few years, the jolly figures gained bad teeth and grey skin and the grins became sinister. Don't ask me why. Today, looking at it, the title popped out in my mind: A Zombie Parade! So, enjoy!

Yokohama - Japan

Just finished watching the Walking Dead and what struck me in that as well as in this just how many people actually go through life in a zombie-like fashion. Cool work Ion, especially like the facial expression of the guy in the blue! V/F!

I like your kind of humour, Dean! Thanks!

Wyandotte, MI - United States

awesome! Loving the colors and the "feel" of this piece!

Many thanks, Craig!

Storybrooke, ME - United States

Awesome work! In the city I live we a Zombie Parade once a year, looks very much like this with out the horse :) Wonderful fine art! .. v/f

Very glad you like it, Bob! Maybe one day I can come to see that Zombie Parade (if it's not too scary... Michael Jackson's clip is my limit!)

Salem, OR - United States


I don't really know what ditto means, connie, but, hoping it's a praise I say: Thanks!

Auckland, Gl - New Zealand

Just love it!

Thanks you very much Phong!

Bronx, NY - United States

You make me laugh, Ion!

I'm glad I do, Nicole! I could use too a good laugh!

Bronx, NY - United States

This reminds me of "The Portrait of Dorian Gray", a novel published by Oscar Wild. In that novel, an artist was so impressed by the beauty of the subject, Dorian Gray, that he painted his portrait. Dorian Gray decided to sell his soul, so that, the painting will age rather than he. As Dorian Gray plunges himself into sins, through the years, disfigurements together with signs of aging are shown in his portrait! What happen to your painting is very interesting. This is probably caused by what medium you had used to increase viscosity. This is a very interesting and intriguing artwork! Great title, Ion!

Thanks, Nicole! But, I swear, I did NOT sold my soul! (I wouldn't be poor if I would, wouldn't I?) I wasn't probably celar enough - the painting changed but I was the one changing it, painting and repainting it... I just seen recently the movie with the Portrait of Dorian Grey! thanks again!

Lakeland, FL - United States

Fantastic, imaginative work, and well done...even the horse is sinister....

Wow! sharon! Thanks and rethanks!

Black Hawk, CO - United States

A fascinating and very original work.

Many thanks, Carol!

Bucharest, Ro - Romania

Danu, this is great in all ways. Powerful, scary, but in a good way because of the vivid colors you used. Love also the medieval feeling in this painting. You're so good and original, my friend. Iti doresc o duminica fericita tie si celor iubiti de tine. F,v, SU. ______ Ana

Thanks, Ana! mare multzumesc! (se mai zice asa? ca tot vorbind si scriind in Engl. si Fr. imi uit romaneasca! O duminica cel putin placuta si tie si alor tai! O sa te vizitez curand! (sunt transportor de servici pt fiica-mea care mai are intre 1 si 4 saptamani pana la marele eveniment!)

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