The more we draw in, the more vulnerable we make ourselves, and that is what I love about this tableau on the left, the gestural inwardness matched by an emotional presence, through the regard.
The birds series is a more graphic work. The disembodiment of the human hand seems to disengage them from the fear they might otherwise feel from a human presence, and are here content and unaffected by the unexpected nature of their perch.
The “PF” portrait has inspired subsequent commissioned work and the Birds series (4 in total) was featured content by Saatchi Art.
Oil on canvas. “PF”, 54 x 73 cm. “Birds”, 25 x 25 cm.
Ever wondered what you’d look like with blue hands? Or if your pasta suddenly became an orchestra of colors? Colorful Lunch is a playful musing about how reality is perception, and can be as imaginative as you let it.
Marisol was a colleague and friend who happened to become infused with the superpowers of hyper color.
The last piece is half of a diptych which was created for and presented at the exhibition "Ma Chanson Préferée", with the Galerie Maison d'Art, in Osaka, Japan.
Oil on canvas Colorful Lunch 81 x 100 cm Marisol 50 x 65 cm