The Journey of Blue

by Zachary Christmas

I chose this piece for my collection because I find it to be a very interesting abstract painting that is also blue.
I chose this piece to put in my gallery because I really liked the angles and geometry used in the design.
I chose this painting for my gallery because I think it looks like an abstract representation of a waterfall.
I really like Halloween and other "spooky" type things and when I saw this I knew that I had to put it in my gallery.
I chose this piece for my gallery because I think it looks like a river.
I chose this because I really like the abstract-ness of it and it kind of reminds me of hurricane clouds.
I put this in my gallery because I think it is a really cool concept to paint a street art style onto a spray paint can.
I picked this piece because I really love street art and I like the geometric shapes.
I put this in my gallery because I liked the shade of blue and it looks like a light is shining through a wall.
I chose this for my gallery because I really like van Gogh and I found it oddly fitting that I found a blue portrait of him.
I put this in my gallery because I think it looks pretty cool. I'm sure it would mean something different if I could read the text in the painting.
I chose this piece for my gallery because I think it looks like an arctic wasteland.
I put this in my gallery because it combines two of my favorite things, street art and Japanese culture.
I chose this piece for my gallery because it is kind of like an optical illusion. It can look like a hallway with a window at the end of it or part of a tower that has a bezeled window.
I picked this to go into the gallery because I really love the contrast between the grey concrete and the blue mural.
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