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Brian Kenney
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Harvest by Ray Jacobson
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Water and time stopped
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Water and time in motion
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Heavenly
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Peeled back
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Scene from a different time
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Cylinder phonograph
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Minnesota became a state in 1858
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J.W. Mach and Sons
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Harvest by Ray Jacobson
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Water and time stopped
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Water and time in motion
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Heavenly
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Peeled back
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Scene from a different time
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Cylinder phonograph
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Minnesota became a state in 1858
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Seaton Delaval Hall
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Brecon Beacons River Ruins - Nuclear Winter
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Play It Loud 2
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West Front
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Market Square
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The Evil Wizard
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Boy In window. img677, with story
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Taking her dog for a walk. Img322, with story
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Auvergne
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Oct 23
United States
Deviant for 16 years
Deviant-meh?
Lately I have felt that deviantArt has lost some of its appeal. I can't exactly pinpoint why this feeling has hit me, but it may have something to do with Instagram. I don't want to seem ungrateful to dA, but let me explain. I've always loved deviantArt for facilitating the connection with other similar-minded artists and how it has helped me branch out and learn from other people. Integrated print-selling services, blog-like journals and the ability to customize your page with CSS are also great features, but in the age of mobile computing I feel like dA is getting left behind. Another gripe I've had with dA is that artists are essentially
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Facebook Artist Page
For those of you who spend time on Facebook might want to subscribe to my Facebook Artist Page: -----> https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brian-Kenney/361828327254706 <----- No personal info or posts! No obnoxious photos of kids! No "look what I had for dinner" pictures, or trite inspirational sayings. Just art. Stop by and say hello! :wave: Best, BK
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Slow No Wake - EP (1998)
Since I've been putting up other projects here on dA, I might as well put up some old electronic music I produced back in 1998. This was my solo project called "Slow No Wake" and consisted of me and a compliment of synths, sequencers, etc. In the case with this "EP" release it was just me and one 'groovebox'...well, actually it wasn't so much a GROOVE-box as it was just a box. The much un-hyped Roland MV-30 http://medias.audiofanzine.com/images/normal/roland-mv-30-61613.jpg. But I liked to make it sing. :) You can listen here: http://slownowake.bandcamp.com/ and forgive the lower quality production. It was after all 1998 and I didn't have th
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Many thanks for the favourites, much appreciated
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IWilsonArt|Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks for the watch!
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IWilsonArt|Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks for the fav!
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hamadahere|Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much for the fave+fav :) (Smile) 
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DawidZdobylak|Professional Traditional Artist
thank for fav:)

Red sunset by DawidZdobylak
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Emthedragoneye|Professional General Artist
Thank you so much for the fav! It means a lot to me and I hope you have a wonderful day!
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