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The Faces Series (click image for large size and details)
Faces Series #57 Faces Series #56 Faces Series #55
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About The Faces Series

The Faces Series began in 2009 with the intent to express through line and color the uniqueness of each individual. Using only my imagination as a guide, I’d just let the figure emerge in the moment.

Rather than painting what our mainstream media cultivates as acceptable, beautiful, normal, popular, or not, I am reaching beyond those images in a way that may seem bizarre at first glance. Taking the viewer out of what we perceive as real can evoke a response to emotional elements within the painting.

I was always surprised by what I had pulled out of my hat and my own reactions. Sometimes the conditions of the day - weather, emotions, events, feelings, desires - would clearly be reflected in the figure. Other times it was more like having bumped into a new friend and got to know him or her a little through simply listening.

The series is continuing and will be ongoing until I run out of fresh ideas.