I saved the entire Te Nia portfolio, one image at a time, because I want to go over them more closely and enjoy the lush detail of the colorful, morbid wonders.
One senses a disquieting double vision of closed eyes…
Tea done perfectly…
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Yeah, I like this art and the rich color palette.
Thanks for finally talking about >Gianluca Gambino, a.k.a.
Te Nia | SheWalksSoftly <Loved it!
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