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Collage hybrid cactus head person thingy.

I was just sending this image to a gallery and thought you might like to see it too.  Bit of fun.

What type of person do you think he she might be?

small scale cactus

Posted by Anne Warren Art on April 15, 2015
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  1. 04/15/2015
    Kim Milan

    Definitely prickly.

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  2. 04/15/2015

    Prickly, for sure

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  3. 04/15/2015

    Ha ha what about cuddly.

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  4. 04/15/2015
    The Unfolding

    Persistent. Low maintenance. “Drought tolerant.” Definitely not touchy-feely. A bit standoffish. Unapologetic. Contemplative. She is what she is. Best appreciated from a distance, perhaps.

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    • 04/16/2015

      That’s pretty apt but there must be a sense of humour (look at the stockings) in there too. Will she always and forever be alone.

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  5. 04/17/2015

    No she’ll ‘incline’ to a likewise cactus love of her own. I am reminded of an old painting (late19th century), of a bald old man leaning towards his cactus likewise leaning towards him. I can’t find the reference at present but its a charming image.

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    • 04/18/2015

      Thanks Leonie, That’s lovely good luck to her/him and thanks for reminding us all there is love out there for all of us.

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