i liked all .. except the first 1.... your bold strokes work great !! in your work, there is tenderness and strong visibility and tht makes it a great combination.. now you need to go more and more deep ... the colors has to become real! they are still in the air...explode the colors like never before..all the best :) o
@Kim - I am glad you liked it , I have seen that beautiful film and it made me cry too , at all the right and wrong moments . Me thinks its the freedom I give to my thoughts , that lets me discover such feelings on paper . Love your comments always ..<3@Karan -All three are different from each other , some might say so because of the different identities they portray , others might sat the style . for instance the first is a little pop art , the second is charcoal and the third is full of semi sensual strokes . But I prefer to let them be . There is air that needs to be breathed , fragrances that need to be encountered and lips that need to be kissed.. say bon voyage and i shall go on this journey
@Seeker, I think you should leave these paintings as they are. They are part of a journey through identities.I find the first one interesting on many levels. The way the two individuals are connected speaks to my inner twin-spirit. Many different words come to mind to describe that connection. Very evocative. Will share more thoughts in another post. I would not slot because I see all your work as expressions of your pushing frontiers and melting partitions within and without you.btw I left a lot of stuff in your in-box. Don't know if you saw it. I believe you're immersed in your studies right now :)
The first one reminded me of Zephyr and Hyacinth...though of course it was a love that wasn't meant to be since Hyacinth loved Apollo...The second one was quite beautiful...the guy on the left seems extremely confident whereas the one on the left is perhaps a little nervous...maybe it's his first kiss...it's quite sweet actually.The last one seems to encapsulate the misery of a woman who perhaps has dealt with all the worst in the world...very evocative...Great work...!
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