Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Third of Three


Here it is - the last of the three portrait works after Picasso. This figure is older than the young woman of the first painting, and the mother of the second. She's heavier, her jaw line sags a bit, she has a line under her outward facing eye. She's past the youthful age of caring only for herself, and motherhood where her life is complicated by raising children. Now her interest lies in the community she lives in and the global community.

5 comments:

BINO said...

Beautiful work


Bino

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Lori said...

Love your Picasso series!

Lorigrace
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HARDWAX said...

Fascinating! She is wise now, and knows secrets that the world holds dear, but she knows. Her eye is penetrating, goes right to the viewers heart, and she has discovered everything she cares to know.

HARDWAX said...

Fascinating! She is wise now, and knows secrets that the world holds dear, but she knows. Her eye is penetrating, goes right to the viewers heart, and she has discovered everything she cares to know.

Sheri Burhoe said...

Gorgeous. I love your approach.