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I like to play with my art work. This one you can hang vertically as well as horizontally! So I signed it twice.
The longer you look, the more you see... The first one also has a look of a guitar, don't you think so?

The violin is sometimes informally called a fiddle, regardless of the kind of music being played with it.
The word "violin" is Italian and the word "fiddle" is English.
Various clichés describe the difference:
"The violin sings, the fiddle dances," or "A fiddle is a violin with attitude," or "No one cries when they spill beer on a fiddle."

As might be expected from the differences between classical and folk music, violinists tend to be formally trained and fiddlers tend to be informally trained, although crossing over is not uncommon.
(With thanks to Wikipedia)

Abstract watercolor on cold press heavy weight paper 140 LB (330 g/m2)
Measurement 18"X24" (45.7X 61 CM)
DARK BLUE Matting, simple BLACK frame.

Copyright Olga van Dijk 2006
All rights reserved.
Unauthorized copying or use of images is prohibited.
This is another OlgArtsProduction©2006

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Donna Buckalew-wagner 27 Oct 2011

Really nice...Wow!

Kasey Cole 03 Feb 2007


luci reader 15 Jan 2007

this is cool!

benita Röll 21 Dec 2006

great composition and colors. Love this!

Margaret Maclean 18 Dec 2006

I do like this, I think all your musical pictures are vibrant and alive. Very very nice