Artist's description:

This painting is a of a Third world child, I have tried to capture the shoul and innocence of the child and that’s I think reflected in the eyes. I always try when starting a painting to work from the eyes, everything comes from the eyes and if I don’t get the eyes right everything else does not follow. I paint the child of the third world as I there haven’t voice and I try to be there voice, to show their struggles and pain. The fact that amazes every time is that nature can make 12 billion and counting people and everyone is original and unique. This is something man has tried to replicate and failed, we have been on this planet a mere few thousands of years but nature has been here for millions of years perfecting her art of evolution to get the perfect being. that’s is why the alligator hasn’t changed for millions of years…how can you improve on something that is a perfect killing machine and very few enemy’s. This is the same for man...but the only thing for us is we have an imagination, which from what I gather is limitless.
Please note: The resin is a process that is done by hand and there will be slight imperfections which is unique to each painting, this is not an exacting process but enhances the painting making each one unique & original to each other.

Materials used:

Acrylic encased in resin, Sides painted in black, no need to frame.

Aura (2013)


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This artwork is sold by Edwin Barrington Lue-Shing from United Kingdom

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