Description: Oil on birch panel, 48" x 36" , woman seated on suit cases, straining against belts that bind ankles, torso and arms, looking skyward for deliverance.
Posted by weaselwise on April 29, 2013
very powerful piece
Posted by serenamuse on April 30, 2013
Posted by mmmstyle on January 05, 2013
Posted by peck on December 26, 2012
Posted by serenamuse on December 27, 2012
Thank you again!
Posted by briansmart on September 29, 2012
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Posted by serenamuse on October 01, 2012
Posted by julce on February 06, 2012
Posted by serenamuse on February 13, 2012
Posted by spadecaller on January 04, 2012
Powerful and beautifully done.
Posted by serenamuse on January 04, 2012
Posted by danielverner on January 04, 2012
powerful piece, scary, daniel
Thanks. Hope not too scary :)
Posted by danielverner on January 05, 2012
I did go check my wife after viewing, she was still there, ha ha, I love art that goes into our psyche, daniel
Posted by serenamuse on January 06, 2012
Oh so glad she was there!
Posted by rogerseward on October 11, 2011
Really effective! The close cropping along the top really makes her feel boxed in and trapped!
Posted by serenamuse on October 11, 2011
Posted by frederiqueroy70 on September 14, 2011
Posted by robinmermaid on September 07, 2011
well done, but what is the story behind this?
Posted by serenamuse on September 11, 2011
More importantly, what story do you bring to it?
Posted by iamnoelle on July 27, 2011
Posted by deanrobertvazquez on July 27, 2011
Posted by serenamuse on July 27, 2011
Glad you think so! No exactly something one puts over their couch :)
Posted by deanrobertvazquez on July 29, 2011
I think it depends on the couch...
Posted by serenamuse on July 30, 2011
Or maybe no couch, just a nice white wall...:)
Posted by uptonparkman on July 11, 2011
i get these feelings on many occasions,well executed love your work
Posted by serenamuse on July 11, 2011
Posted by anthonymdavis on July 10, 2011
Very well done. I think this piece could represent many different travails people face. I'm working on a book about Human Trafficking. Your painting made me think of an interview with a victim who was trapped and unable to get away. A bit off topic I know. Your painting is very powerful and is capable of bringing the viewer to relate in some way. You did a great job with this one.
Thank you so much. I love hearing the stories people have to bring. Your insight is powerful and something we all need to be aware of. Listened to a great NPR interview on the subject. Gave me chills and made me feel ill at the same time. Good luck!
Posted by juhavey on June 04, 2011
gÃ¨nial , j'adore ton travail
Posted by tattootrey on November 16, 2010
Posted by serenamuse on November 20, 2010
Posted by gunny2055 on October 07, 2010
Fantastic piece or work, one word spings to mind = BRILLIANT
light, shadows, style, and pose beautifully thought out and executed
def., star quality
Posted by serenamuse on October 13, 2010
Wow, you made my night!
Posted by paintedbutterfly on September 29, 2010
Beautiful piece! I understand the desire to want to leave...to be ready and capable but just being held back and waiting to be set free.
Posted by serenamuse on September 30, 2010
Very well said!
Posted by lindamorgan on September 29, 2010
Posted by chris on September 29, 2010
Love the theatro-tragic feel here; a poignantly dramatic statement :)
Posted by jpisarcik on September 29, 2010
Great tension. Very nice painting
Posted by stevebufter on September 29, 2010
Posted by andrewmay on September 28, 2010
very filmic work ,great lighting
Posted by serenamuse on September 28, 2010
Thanks. I love film noir. You will see more of it's feel in coming work.
Posted by nelsonart on September 28, 2010
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