Lonely Women Through Lonely Eyes
oil on canvas
52 x 64 x 1.5 inches
I originally painted this piece for a feature film I wrote called "Rat Girl". This painting is an abstract expressionist rendering of urban alienation. The point of view is through the eyes of a frustrated, lonely painter as he observes equally lonely women walking down the street. The frenetic, heavy impasto brush-strokes are done in blazing cadmium oranges and yellows, reminiscent of Van Gogh's palette.
This is one of my finest abstracts.
A scaled down image of this work, which renders better for online viewing, can be found on my website at:
Full Artwork Details
||Lonely Women Through Lonely Eyes
||oil on canvas
||52 x 64 x 1.5 inches
November 2009 Showcase Winner in the painting Category
Selected as part of the Newest Print Editions Curation Category
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||fiery, orange, existential, alienation, city women, New York City, street scene, Isolation, bright colors, abstract expressionism, Van Gogh, lonely women, loneliness, woman, urban, street, city