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wip - about a new place

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This little garden will be the entrance to my next solo exhibition



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god you r amazing and unique you inspiring me every time i watch your drawings and videos ... i respect your art and your vision .. and i really love too accept my friendly request on face book .. i send you a message on your page and i really love to talk with you some day and want to show you my drawings and give me advices it's dream will come true to be my friend coz you r my idol and model .. i hope to come to italy one day and see your drawings face to face .. and you for sure .. and pleas be my friend i need friend who can change me for the best to better
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Initially looking at, the color, the expresion of the face, and the style it was painted in make it a visually stunning.

Your choice to paint right on this "dirty" wall was definitely a smart one. the palette you chose not only blends with the natural state of the wall, but compliments it as well. I look at it in some places and wonder what is your paint, and what is natural wear and tear.

Looking at the facial expression, it starts to make me wonder what you're trying to convey narratively. She seems to be blending in, or hiding within a garden as she's sitting so still butterflies are landing on her lips. Or, she could be the personification of the garden? Beautiful and fragile? The question makes me look at it more.

In terms of progressing this work, you should remember that, because of its location and subject matter, you're not limited to just paint to get your conceptual point across.
I would LOVE to see it more integrated with the foliage. Obviously its not possible immediately, but what if you allowed vines to grow up the wall over her face a little bit, or since its lower on the wall, had taller shrubs closer to it and allowed it to interact more with the actual nature. Don't be afraid to get off the wall/paper/canvas sometimes <img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/s/s…" width="15" height="15" alt=":)" title=":) (Smile)"/> Fun things could happen and take you somewhere new in your art!

You do beautiful work and I wish you the best of luck!
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I'm looking forward to see the plants grow up on her face :)
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Awesome! Its a wonderful piece.
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The emotions and colors you capture in your pieces are astounding. Personally, I find myself constantly impressed with your artist style and creativity.

I find myself thinking of clandestineness, innocence, and mixed emotions conveyed on what looks to be a females face when I look at this. The perfectly mold facial features and the *deep* blue sparking eyes in combination with the butterflies and pink colors make me think of innocence or purity. A natural or part of nature effect. Yet, contradictory, the blue tint of the face, along with the butterflies concealing parts of her face, plus the *depth* in her eyes bring out feelings of mystery, sadness, curiosity, hiding, etc. Due to this piece not being finished yet, it will be interesting to see what type of approach you aspire too.

On a side note, using this archaic and weathered wall as your canvas adds a nice touch; bringing back up the idea of being a part of nature, or this face blending in with nature (as in flowers).

Can’t wait to see the finished product, and keep up the good work! There isn't anything that I would change at this point in your process. Hope other people see what I see, and you will appreciate my response. <img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/s/s…" width="15" height="15" alt=":)" title=":) (Smile)"/>
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There is a lot of power in such unusual painting, painted on an old wall. It is truly a brilliant idea to welcome visitors to your exhibition this way, it represents you very well. I like how you've used the wall lamps to imply earrings and where you've placed the whole face, to me it's like an invitation to a secret garden.

Being said that about the painting, to me your hand on your work brings even more impact than painting itself. You surely fascinate people with your works, but seeing you paint them is another level, tremendously exciting. Whoever took this photo of yours, has done a great job.

I wish the best of luck with your exhibition, would love to see it myself. <img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/s/s…" width="30" height="30" alt=":sun:" title="Sun"/>
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This is certainly an amazing and unique master-peice. Of course I can't say that for everyone because, like so many things, art is a taste; there will always be someone to criticise you no matter how many others do like it. To me it is an unusual mix of happiness and sadness: the butterflies are normally resembling sunny spring days and joyfullness, the tear resembling sadness. The wall gives it that extra touch which is good. And the contrast and colours are almost perfect. I look into the eyes and I feel the saddness intended. It is super that you didn't use natural skin colour for the face but used blue (which implies saddness extremely well) to background the red butterflies then used colours like yellow and orange and red to fade the picture out, giving it that slight touch of mystery. Hope you think that this is resonable.
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First of all the wall that you really has that classic old Italian look to it which is great!. I gave you an overall good score because this is just beautiful. I didn't max your vision because it looks like you can do so much more to your piece that you are working on on the wall. Originality is maxed because painting something on the wall for future exhibition is brilliant and would make a perfect visual to start. Technique is maxed because your blends are wonderful to look at and the brightened points on her face is really makes it shine. For the impact of the piece i came at it indirectly because I see someone looking outside of their window or walking by and being inspired to start drawing and painting or improving themselves further, giving them just a little boost to really get started on a project.

My favorite part of this piece would be the paint that has been flared out from her eyes its a nice blend of colors and compliment themselves nicely.
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Kadmia's avatar
This fits your watercolour paintings nicely.
I didn't know you can paint a wall in such a delicate/light manor.
Thanks for sharing your work.

I wish you a lot of success with your exhibition!
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Your hair is beautiful.
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In love with this! I love the way you incorporate the texture of the paint with the texture of the wall stone. They eyes are done beautifully aswell! But...that may just be my own blue eye narcissism...

 

LILY-m's avatar
wow! so cool!
CosmicKat's avatar
fantastic gallery!
GaryStearly's avatar
very nice.  Its nice to discover artists here on deviantart.  Hello and I love the work.
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What colors did you use? its acryl ?
gorgeous vibrant colours, love it!
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very nice I like your work
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