Painting - Oil, Mineral Powder, And Galkyd On Stretched Canvas
NOTE: ARTIST NAME WILL APPEAR AT TOP OF PRINT.
This painting works on a number of different levels, reaching out to the viewer personally through the overall sadness, as well as an ambiguous level through the background. While the blue fog represents sky, the pink is questionable. It functions as a bench that welcomes the young man to sit, yet it could also be a lonely landscape that seems endless. On a deeper level, the umbrella may be seen as a phallic symbol, representing the sexual stresses in ones' life. This painting is only available to be printed as a greetings card, and the artist's name will appear on the work as it is shown in the top left hand corner.
November 16th, 2008
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