Tag: impressionism

Man in Yellow

I’ve grown tired of the kind of portraits that I’ve recently created. However, I want to keep exploring abstract impressionistic styles. So, I am backing up from the subject and focusing a little on the overall figure. This male figure is my first attempt. I also went a little larger with this piece. It is […]

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Blue Eye Killer

7,200 x 10,800 pixels | 24 x 36 inches We Fem Zoomable Image Yes, I know. The zoomify player is buggy – particularly for mobile devices.

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Closer

Another face, but this time a lot closer and a bit more abstracted. I’m torn on this one. On one hand, I like the idea of a (mostly) monochromatic painting. On the other hand, I look at this and think “what have I wrought?” Closer | Detail Shots Eye/iris Upper eyelid/eyebrow area Bridge of the […]

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Ephemeral

I went a bit more surrealistic with this project. This is not a real person – more of a meshing of features from a number of people. 7,200 x 10,800 pixels Get a print of Ephemeral Ephemeral Detail shots

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Wife

2 of 2. This is the wife – to go with the Husband piece from yesterday. Her blouse posed a bit of a challenge to me. Such a large area of white with no significant details. I played with a number of ways to add in my own idea¬†of what she could be wearing. Eventually, […]

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