I started this piece some months ago, I showed it in my last exhibition still unfinished without title, only in the last two weeks I worked on it again, I was waiting to be sure to add the geometrical stuff, is something new for me, but helps to balance the abstract forms with these edgy, sharp and glassy forms. They add a logic border to something that looks random, I would these lines were like construction lines of the subject. The subject has to be inside its costruction. But I'll explain better this thought in the next paintings, I'm just trying here.
the first, old and true title is another better one, "necessary ritual" is the subtitle; words were of a dear friend.
I really like all of your watercolor paintings. The colors you use are beautiful and I gave you full points for the perfect technique,considering how hard it is to handle watercolor. The faces are beautiful, in an emotional way. They have such expression and dynamism. But sometimes they almost give the feeling as if they were lost..? Your talent for expression is truly wonderful! The way you paint is very expressive. The faces are all very good drawn, as I said, your technique is flawless.Its all very nice to look at, .The way you draw the face (eyes, lips) in so much detail and the rest more watercolor-like, its amazing. I always feel your paintings convey something more.. I can't say anything about the geometric lines though..
This is a beautiful piece. The geometrical pieces are a great touch to this image. To me...I see a woman soothing herself from the pains of life, not just emotional but physical which can be sharp and hard which is portrayed by the geometrical objects that you added. Of course meaning may be different but that's what I see and feel. Her eyes do not show such sadness but more of her resilience against the emotions that try to bring her down. She's like in a state of numbness...something like a "rituale necessario." The colors are just beautiful as this piece is...pure beauty.
meraviglioso, anche se non mi torna molto la postura della mano tralasciando ciò, è molto interessante l'aggiunta degli elementi geometrici. Sono curiosa di scoprire se e come evolverai il loro utilizzo nei tuoi lavori futuri e i colori poi sono strepitosi!!
Absolutely gorgeous artwork ; I love how the more geometrical shapes peel out of the drippy abstract pink ..
Very expressive as always. I adore her facial features, and her eyes are a visually pleasing color. Overall light and almost dream like look about her. I love this piece in general. Keep up the the good work as usual !
Man your art just gets me every time. There are quite a few other people with similar styles popping up on dA lately I've noticed, not sure if it's emulation or if your stuff's popularity just brought them to the surface but in any case, I still prefer yours. Beautiful as always, and I like the geometric shapes mixed in against the organic paint splatters. And those eyes...
it triggers so much feelings inside my head, my heart, my stomach. it's like a jolting what's getting through my whole body... and it's kind of weird, because it feels like being reminiscent of old memories of better times in times of sadness.
I love what you do, I love that unfinished, soft and open way of painting. This time, what struck me was not the geometrical lines, no, didn't notice them, It was the flowers, penetrating the skin. Then I saw the blood. Nice! Please continue to make art in that quality!
I think the contrast of the hard geometry with the loft lines of your regular painting make this one of the best works I've seen from you. It makes the piece feel so much more balanced and compositionally sophisticated.