And the series continues with #16.
It’s late, so I’m just going to say some of the things I like about this one.
- The artist’s canvas is a trapezoid. This was intentional, and part of the abstraction process in which a thing is conveyed with detail and a quality of naturalism, while not being illustrational at all.
- The model is a monster. Her name, if you are wondering, is “Suzy Chop Chop” (the lobster girl).
- The “artist” (no, it’s not me) looks a bit like a 50’s Chevrolet. Kinda’ hard to explain. You either see it or you don’t.
- That there’s a small painting within the painting.
- The overall mix of painterliness, abstraction, surrealism, and even sci-fi. There are a few like this is the series, mostly the later ones, and as far as I know this look is my own concoction.
Here’s all 16 pieces in the series so far in a slideshow.
Or, if you prefer, you can see them in a click-through gallery:
To see other posts about other pieces in this series, go here.
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