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Amazing Denny Dent

Those of you who have heard of Denny Dent, will already know why he is amazing. Those of you who dont, watch the video.

Have a great Sunday!

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  1. Had not heard about Danny Dent. However it has left a dent on my ability to be a painter. How can someone do something like that. Amazing. Is it for real ?????

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  2. I want to be HIM!!!
    He's so COOL!

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  3. I wouldn't want to take care of his laundry though ;P

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  4. Such a wonderful free style and a great melding of music and painting. His style is so energetic and raw and passionate! He really is amazing!

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  5. He works a little faster than I'm used to!!!What an amazing performance..such energy..he is truely fortunate to be ablle to work in such a way.

    Thank you for sharing this..

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  6. Devil Mood: Ypu wouldnt want to be him.He passed away on March 29, 2004 from kidney and heart complications. He is amazing isnt he?

    Niall: Yes--he is so quick!

    Bob_kat: Brilliant.And the best is what he says about art.And why he does it.

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  7. Oh :( Poor him, but I still wouldn't mind having a quarter of his enthusiasm :)

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  8. Oh yea thanks for dropping a line and I think I am going blogroll ya, if it's ok. And since you are the mother of two kids, thy shall be rechristined and known to all as "mommy" . Amen.

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  9. No. I had not heard of Denny Dent.

    Yes. I am impressed beyond all measure.

    Coly How!

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