Updated: Sep 13, 2021
In previous posts discussing the way I use charcoal sketches as prototypes, I have mentioned that sometimes a prototype teaches me that I want to make changes when I turn to oil on canvas. The charcoal for this painting did not do that. Instead, the charcoal helped me bring out in oil the solitariness and reserve that characterized and befitted her as a princess and daughter of the Pharaoh.
Oil On Canvas 28 in x 22 in
But there are other words for privacy and independence. They are isolation and loneliness.”
Megan Whalen Turner, The King of Attolia
People who smile while they are alone used to be called insane, until we invented smartphones and social media.
mystic, philosopher, … wordsmith, etc. (self description)
Art as an Oasis™
Art as an Oasis is a series of occasional postings from the art of Carrie Kleinberger
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complimented by words of wisdom from a diversity of others.
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