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3 x 5", oil on wood. Part of the 100 Girls painting project.

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Comment by Keri Mills on June 6, 2013 at 2:55am

I would like to talk to you about including this piece in a show I am curating.  I think this particular figure speaks with a certain haunting quality and could work.  

Comment by Keri Mills on June 6, 2013 at 2:53am

Very beautiful!  I think this is a quality of mystery in this one as well!

Comment by Lisa Ann Green on July 25, 2012 at 5:00pm
Thank you very much. I am honored by your comments.
Comment by Resident Curator on July 25, 2012 at 11:15am

Curator’s Comment:  


There’s very fine brushwork in these small portrait studies.  I respect the idea of creating a painting a day, as a rhythm and continuity in the series is strongly detectable.  Of the grouping, I particularly enjoy the elongated Black Coat because it’s less obviously sweet that the flowery en tondo portraits, but maintains an engaging softness.  The dark mass of the figure’s hair plays against the umber garment and pink ground, making the figure appear simultaneously fleshy and taut. I also like the square formatted Pink Roses.  While the inclusion of the flowers in her hair makes her decidedly more feminine, the sharp shape of her hair creates an unexpected edge, and a subtle ambiguity in her expression.  She is tender, but tentative.  Both works have an airy quality, as if the fleeting moment is only temporarily captured and held for the viewer.

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