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I really must apologise here.. I appear more insane in reality.
A fellow New Zealand Artist, (Vincent van Chook)
The carving work in progress for the bowsprit thingy .. made from recycled New Zealand Kauri.
The wheel to hopefully steer the boat. Trying some colours out here.
One day when I finish this mural there will be a big party.. hope I'm there.
Hey Daryl! .. we are already having the party to celebrate the launching of your floating artwork... Where are you?
Too late Daryl. we have started the party again and you are still not here !
Traditional style or something with a
contemporary twist? maybe I can paint something especially for you, as I have done for many people. I will paint your portrait, a favourite scene from your travels or maybe an interpretation from a photograph.
Daryl .. he make a nice painting for you, like this one he made of me.
Pleasesend a comment on my online artworks, my boat artwork, Effie Trinket, or to discuss anything bothering you, or maybe a suggestion for the website and I will post it below. (click here)
(I found this comment on the web) .. Daryl)SherwinSaturday, November 20, 2011Your art reminds me of Van Gogh and Munch,these two artists have the ability to portray the soul and the spirit. Another common thing with both of them is they are living in the Hyperperceptive state a condition experienced by geniuses and prepsychotics he he, you're a GENIUS! ( Hey Sherwin, not sure if I understand all of this but would you email my brother with a copy of this!) NaomiWednesday, March 10, 2011okay, i'm just going to say it. you are my Vincent van Gogh. i live in America, and your work captivates me. i am a designer and writer, but i've always loved art and feel truly blessed to have found an artist in my lifetime whose work is a complete expression of what i love. there. i said it. i am saving my money to buy my first original from you, but until then I'll be showing your site to everyone i can. Naomi. AllyWednesday, October 7, 2009 Love your site...love your work... especially the ones with all the movement and energy...and the lovely soft energy in the landscapes...LOVE the Gauguin one with the Vincent connection :)... reminds me of Philip Clairmont ... I especially appreciate that you are also promoting other NZ artists... keep up the great work!!NamasteDANSunday, September 20, 2010hi Daryl...My name is Dan Calisura from Philippines...I'm an artist also...actually some of your paintings are great...i like the brush-stokes....and the composition... FionaSaturday, June 27, 2009'Land Of The Coasters' - Glorious depiction of our west coast, curious that it's not the typical fierce, wild and rugged usual portrayal, but it roars at me 'Where The Wild Things Are'. Intentional or not, I love it! Can't imagine anything more wondrously wild to evoke the wildness of our west coast. Alex's adventures and your painting now hand in hand in my mind, forever 'Land Of The Wild Things'...ha!Ian RobertsonWednesday, May 14, 2008"Good on you mate"-keep up the faith..cheers IanKSRobertson Harvey SegalWednesday, February 13, 2008 Nice portrait! (Age) It's nice to see someone who knows how to draw on this site, instead of all that phoney abstract stuff. Bonnie O.Wednesday, February 13, 2008 I love this portrait! It makes me smile. If I had this picture, I'd be looking at it a lot! He looks like he's winding up to tell a story or a joke. You've captured that moment when he seems to be determining if the listener will appreciate his words or not. What fun to imagine what he might be ready to share. Thank you.Adam CumberlegeMonday, December 10, 2007 Hello,, Just viewing your fabulous paintings - I do like the paintings with other famous artists' paintings within .. very talented.I am a budding artist .. just doing some good work, about 4 portraits and some others paintings for variation.. hope to exhibit soon.