These items are based on our original painting, named “Orpheus”.
OrpheusAvailable crafts for this artwork:
It remembers me of something often seen in the works of the Vienna school (Klimt, Hundertwasser,…). What is it? The softened color oppositions, the texture of the material, the composition, I have no clue. I just feel attracted.
I also enjoy the way your figures blend and merge and blend into the backgrounds of your work. It reminds me of stained glass windows and European iconography.
The congruity of human and equine form gives a sense of dancing to the same kinetic rhythm. Where do the lines of the woman and the lines of the horse divide— they are (in a sense) one —unified in the flight, yet distinct. A magical ride.
I can clearly see the influence of Russian and other East European forms of religious iconography in this work. This is a very brave use of the vivid red from her hair across the composition, but then another trademark of your work is your use of hair to symbolize love, death and hope etc.