An Artist’s Perspective on Women

by duncanr

old man and dogI’m getting on a bit now and hoping to retire from work next year

I’m really looking forward to it and the opportunity it provides to spend more time pursuing my hobbies

I recently took up painting, for instance

I find it intensely satisfying creating something on a canvas – and while I’d be the first to admit my . . .

‘masterpieces’ are not in the same league as those of Van Gogh or Picasso, I think I’m improving and, who knows, with a bit more practice I might yet be hung in the Louvre

but judge for yourselves

on International Women’s Day, I present ‘Red-haired Woman in Bikini’ –

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9 Comments to “An Artist’s Perspective on Women”

  1. I find this work menacing/playful because of the way the sublime beauty of the purity of line threatens to penetrate the substructure of critical thinking.

    Bravo !


  2. Note how, despite the title of the work, the artist has painted her without any clothes on at all.


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