Silhouettes and Amorphous
The first time I saw a silhouette, I thought it was amazing. It was the middle of summer and the sun was setting. The sky was a beautiful orange and red and the silhouettes were standing in the foreground. I had never seen anything like it before. I walked up to see what they were and I was surprised when I realized they were paintings. They were paintings of people, but they were only outlines. It was as if the artist had used a light to paint the outline of the people, but then had left the people themselves in shadow. I was so amazed by the paintings that I just stood there for a while. A contrast of many shapes and lines in this painting which illustrates the energy and vibes across different culture. Show here without any defined shape or form - yet this painting shows the careful mix of character that shapes our world with honey combs, triangles, hexagons and more. It was as if the artist had used a light to paint the outline of the people, but then had left the people themselves in shadow. I was so amazed by the paintings that I just stood there for a while.
Painting / Acrylic on canvas with gold and silver leaf
30cm (W) x 30cm (H)
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The central image area, composition, or focal point; the area inside the margins/plate marks.
Areas bordering the central image, outside the plate marks, or the perimeter area.
The farthest edge of the object.
The reverse/back of the object.
An existing condition which generally does not involve risk of loss.
Noticeable damage, increasing in severity and/or size; should be monitored or corrected by a conservator.
Distinct, recognizable damage; the stability of the work is questionable and risk is a factor. Requires the attention of a conservator.
Advanced and severe damage; work is insecure and at great risk.