Title: vasalyte technology
created on 07 Feb 11

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Comments on this picture (34):
1. tarkio wrote:
 A very powerful pic. Nicely done!
2. Brunnhilde wrote:
 Beautiful image but Googling "vasalyte" and "vasalyte technology" brings up zilch. So I am intrigued - what is it?
3. Geetha wrote:
 very beautiful picture.
4. Chrissyjoy wrote:
 I am intrigued what it is too but I love the image and the effect it creates!
5. golehto wrote:
 excellent work .well done ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, great work :) :) :)
6. clorophilla wrote:
 I love your surrealistic pics!
7. Lizzi wrote:
 Does the VASE have anything to do with your enigmatic title? I googled and wiki-ed to no avail so...I think you are pulling my leg but it's still a great picture!!
8. Normal wrote:
 Love your technology, whatever the heck it is!
9. artdillon wrote:
 goes to show google dosent know everything.
10. hanging wrote:
 hmmm, you don't want to give us the answer too easy... :) Love your powerful image anyway!
11. Brunnhilde wrote:
 Hmmm, yes. Making a vase - BUT that sphere lurking at Top Rt looks horribly like one of those swinging things on a crane for breaking up, and Artdillon is a maker, not a breaker ......
12. Brunnhilde wrote:
 Of course it could be stopper being directed into place by the Grecian person raising his or her arm .....
13. Brunnhilde wrote:
 ... a stopper ...
14. artdillon wrote:
 not a wrecking ball brunnhilde,so what else swings?
15. Brunnhilde wrote:
 ... a pendulum?
16. Brunnhilde wrote:
 ... but what about those mirrored rocks on the RHS? They seem suspended in mid-air with no water to relect as in most of artdillon's creations.
17. Brunnhilde wrote:
 ... reflect ... and of course there are other circular or spherical striped bit in this - it is fascinating.
18. pinkie wrote:
 Interesting picture!
19. NADIA wrote:
 Very interesting,but have no idea what it means!
20. artdillon wrote:
 pendulum is right,what uses a pendulum?Now refer to your greek mythology,and ur in the right direction.
21. gremmy wrote:
 This riddle is fun, but I don't have a clue. I'll be back until I get an answer. More thinking than drawing for a while!
22. Lizzi wrote:
 A grandfather clock...
23. gremmy wrote:
 I know I'm way off but it reminds me of the kids' bowling game with pegs set up around the base of a pole from which a ball on a string is suspended. The person who is up holds the ball out and tries to knock down the most pins as the pendulum swings bac
24. gremmy wrote:
 swings back and forth. Drove my Mom crazy from the noise of us playing for hours with this wooden pin and ball set up and pins flying in all directions. What it is? Now I'm going nuts...
25. Brunnhilde wrote:
 Ah me! - Greek mythology - this is where my education is lacking ...
26. Brunnhilde wrote:
 ... but a little research leads me to Horologium Oscillatorium ... Think Draw and Artdillon are becoming my further educationalists. Many thanks.
27. Qsilv wrote:
 sans research, I'm thinking three characters out of Umberto Eco's wonderfully wicked imagination ;>
28. artdillon wrote:
 ah Qsilv,your on the right path but heading in the wrong direction,art is the ultimate in lexical definitions.take a left at Homer (not simpson).
29. mum23 wrote:
 Aah - could it be about Hephaestus... the Greek god of technology, among other things? You've had me pondering all day...
30. mum23 wrote:
 Fabulous picture, too!
31. mum23 wrote:
 Now I think I've got it! This is about Talos, who was a bronze 'robot' created by Hephaestus to protect Crete by throwing rocks at foreign ships. His figure has been represented on vases...
32. artdillon wrote:
 10/10 mum23.well researched.
33. mum23 wrote:
 ... and thank you for furthering my education!! Your art always motivates me to learn how to 'see' - thank you for sharing.
34. 56rosie wrote:
 Fascinating pic and equally fascinating subject! Well Done!