Well, first I would like to discuss “Nothing I do is Ever good enough,” because I guess that a writer spent on it more time, energy and inspiration. The different technique using impressed for me after the first look. I like very much using of pencil here, because it looks little bit carelessly, but I understand that everything in this painting have been weighted. The using of volume here is also very good, it makes a sense that a woman from this picture is trying to quit outside from the framework. Each part of this lady looks very interesting and very weird, but all they together make a very great work. Apart of this, I like colors a lot, they look like a rainbow, but all conception looks very serious, and I guess that this painting gives all the people a material to think about, everybody can find a part of himself inside of this body. This work combines several different types of characters on the same time: evil and good, love and loathing, obedience and revolt. As an example, you can watch on the ball which hanging from right hand. The ball looks pretty good but it hangs on the pencil which pierces the hand and for me it shows author feeling… If you look on the face of this woman you can find two feelings inside of it: plea...
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...: “Mondrian Almost Got It Right” and “The Seattle Series”. Well, what about “Mondrian” for me it looks more as a plan of the flat, instead of emotionally high-meaning picture. I mean, this squares associate for me with rooms, bathrooms, and kitchen. May be, actually this interfere me to see the main idea of this work, but this paper is about my opinion and my feelings, and this, is my conclusion about this work.
“The Seattle Series” is a series of small pictures, well I guess if somebody will connect them, they will look great, but in this variant they are too small, to provide any meaning.
So, in the conclusion I want to tell that actually the exhibition was pretty good, it helps me to find some answers on several questions, and to figure out new technique of painting, the level of each work is very high and I’m glad that I had a chance to describe them for me.
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