Fiercely elemental and subliminal in context... such power in the movements, indicating some notion of ascension, however much hindered. Most fascinating is how the figures are somewhat mirror images of one another, two pieces to a whole... yet despite all the realness, the painfully tangibility is clearly evident simply from how one hand is embedded in or rather grasping a wound. What was furtiveness has now become oblivious, and detached.
... gorgeous, gorgeous image. Thank you so very much for sharing and congratulations for taking first place in the surrealism contest
BarefootedBaronessFeatured By OwnerOct 12, 2008Professional Traditional Artist
haha i actually completely took the whole thing off the canvas.i want to startf from scratch.iREALLY want realism so im going to keep at it til its perfect.i cant work on it til i finish up some commissions though