Artist's description:

This piece is the left side of a diptych titled, "The Meeting." The right side of the diptych is a woman seated in a chair who is finally comfortable with herself. Faces behind her represent those who have judged her or caused her difficulty in some way. They also represent earlier versions of herself that she has left behind. They represent the past and her confident position, showing her skin (her true self), portrays that the past is behind her. She is victorious. It is a perfect moment for her, and she wants to experience it and hold on to it forever. She (the piece) can belong with her male counterpart or she can go it alone. She doesn't need him to be complete. He sits to her left looking out at her, wondering if he can handle loving her. The faces behind him represent his preconceived notions, his past experiences, and the stereotypes that have influenced him. The two individuals are depicted in a meeting because they have come together to figure out what will happen next, and how it will play out. He doesn't need her either to be complete yet together they make the bigger picture far more interesting. They will sit there forever because that's how long it may take to figure it out. (-:

Materials used:

Acrylic, Ink and Pastel

The Guy (2014)


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This artwork is sold by Penelope Przekop from United States

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