This painting is part of the "Behind Venetian Blinds" exhibition.
In the tightness of the bulk city, one sometimes wins inadvertently insite into the life of the others. This is the topic of Jacqueline Ditt‘s exhibition "Behind Venetian Blinds". Behind the shutters of their dwellings, humans feel private and unimpaired, apparently they don't care to be noticed by their opposite ever and anon it seems that some of them like the idea. So with all anonymity of the singles and pairs a certain "confidenceness" or dissociated relationship with the others may develop, although one does not really know each other usually.
Signed, verso dated and titled - with certfication of authenticity.
Delivered in wooden frame metallic coated (see picture 2)
Acrylic on Grasfibres, glossy varnished, mounted on 2mm birch plywood