I'm certainly no expert and I love all of your work. The use of the fine lines with the splotches and drips has always fascinated me, and that is what I like with this particular piece - the energy.
However, there is one thing that draws my eye away from the central focus, and it appears to be an imbalance of the back of the head - as if there needs to be more hair there to balance the entire picture to itself.
There is another thing that I'm feeling with this particular painting and the last few that you've been working on. I get the sense that you are struggling to find a new direction or looking for more inspiration in your existing style...but that's just my impression based on what I've seen. Just a thought.
I love your work and your paintings are really inspirational. I'm no one, an this is the first time that i have to express an opinion about someone's work, but i'll try.
I think that your technique is really stunning, all your subjects looks like they're melting in the thin air, with a colour teardrop. Your paintings look like they are vanishing, you've to look at them really fast, before they will disappear. In this one the girl seems like is looking toward the infinite, waiting for something. It's a mine opinion but there is something that troubling me about the position of nose and the rigth eye. I don't know why but they seems like they're pushed against the canvas. I hope that my modest critique will be usefull for you. I Love your art. Sincerely, Nicola.
Non č tra i tuoi disegni migliori, e queste macchie di colore, non riesco ancora a capire se mi convincono o meno, perņ questo tratteggio, e questo nuovo modo di fare la base del disegno lo trovo molto interessante, dovresti farne altri con questo stile, per quanto mi riguarda sono molto belli!
I like what you decided to paint as much as what you decided not to paint. Knowing what's necessary and what leave to the imagination is a great talent of yours. I'm moving to Italy in a week and I can't wait to see your paintings live!
It seems to me that her nose is pushed further to the left of the frame, while her mouth appears to be more towards the viewer. I get the same feeling with her eyes, the far eye looks to be staring straight ahead while the eye closest to us seems to stray more, and looks far more relaxed. Love the rendering and the flow of the hair, though I think it might have gotten too heavy between the shoulder and the neck... that dark patch of hatching is almost distracting from the rest of the piece.