This is a really beautiful piece. The colour and tone contrasts highly, creating an interesting effect to look at. I love the distorted realism in the face and arms, and the subtle purple really works. The only thing I don't like is the white background. I think a lot more could have been done here, it shows potential. But aside from that, it's beautiful. It really speaks, the girl looking right at the viewer. The arm looks controlling, like it's strangling her. Overall I think the piece is very effective, and I love the splash of colour around her shoulder!
Well, to start, I might say that I see this piece of artwork as bizarrely beautiful. I don´t know if the horror was your intention, but at the same time it freaks me, giving me goosebumps because it gets to be beautiful at the sime time. By the title, and the aspect, I would say that this piece talks about the bad things that start so small but at some point we see all over us, as a metastasis would spread from place to place causing harm. By the colours and technique, I would say that you were trying to take something beautiful out of it, speaking something like "don´t hide your defects, they are part of you". This is my interpratation, and for me, it´s what makes this piece worth criticizing. Only you could say something otherwise.
I can't even begin to explain how much I love this picture. I love the odd face and even the weird shape of the arm, I love the colors and the geometric shapes, and the shiny feeling of it all. There is an emotion in it that speaks really intensely to me on a personal level. I just love love love it!
my thoughts on the triangles....."metastasis" is a word that most usually is connected to cancer. As I look at the triangles, I see the tiny malignant cells multiplying, spreading. They can't be seen, but they are felt...with every once of emotion in the heart and soul of the one providing a home for those cells . Always present....in the foreground of that person's thoughts. And somewhere inside, there just might be that tiny group of cells that can't be fought, no matter how hard the body tries....and creates the solid triangle (right side) that becomes REAL. Too real. Too real to go unnoticed. That's what I instantly saw in the painting when I read the title. Also, someone once told me that as soon as an artist shares her work, her title of that piece is only hers. In sharing, she have given "away", so to speak, the rights to that title. Everyone who views, studies and is affected by a particular piece of art, will have their own personal interpretation of what it means to them, what they see and feel, therefore will give the piece their very own title.
Puzzling, oddly disturbing, but it keeps drawing my eye to look at it. I guess I'd say... somehow, haunting, and poignant. Like something's holding on, and won't let go, she doesn't really seem to want 'it' to... But how healthy that is...
Ah, I'm no one to judge... It could just as well be a moment of tender sweetness, torn and misunderstood. So many interpretations. It depends on whether it's fantastical, or metaphorical, I suppose...
Dont quite know how you managed to capture the anatomy in the fashion that you did... But I would call this one... one of your better pieces... Its translucent like water color... but solid like oil. Well Done! would never think to mix the media in this fashion... but it does make its point... Very Well Done... Subject, and vision (where its going, or what are you trying to say) should be your next focal point. I will keep my eyes open to you... Go for it!
Mi sono accorta ora che sei italiana, ti sembrerÓ esagerato ma mi sento orgogliosa nell'essere italiana sapendo che posso condividere la mia nazionalitÓ con artisti meravigliosi come te! Questo disegno Ŕ fantastico, ma potrei dirlo anche di tutti gli altri perchŔ sono spettacolari! Sei tremendamente brava!
I don't know if I'm correct.. but it seems as though the 'man' is thought.. it is just like when you have a thought happy or sad.. the feeling spreads through.. I think it explains thought in 'metastasis'
I absolutely love this. What I took away from this, was the girl needed consolation and was protected when she was scared. But when he started to fade away, she was scared that she wouldn't have consolation anymore, and she is left with the same fright, not wanting him to go, and not wanting to be alone. There's a lot more to it but that's the jist of what I got from this. I love the colors and the technique used to get the point across. Lovely <3