Here’s a new piece, and a possible beginning of a new series. I’ll have to see if I can manage another along these lines.
Just a few things I’d want people to notice about this work for now, so people don’t steer completely off course.
- It’s at least part a parody, so don’t take anything too literally. It’s got humor, irony, and ambiguity in it.
- I love fish, and a fish is being killed here (which is part of why the woman is a monster). But I’m not protesting fishing, either.
- I’m not saying women are monsters, or at least not any more monstrous than men.
You might notice the influence of Picasso, Francis Bacon, The Outer Limits, and my other work.
I may make more of these, so I’ll hold off on going into it in more depth. But here are some details showing the technique I’m using:
What does BB&F stand for? I’m sure you can come up with some good ideas.