After I have painted many abstract artworks in which floral or figurative elements were not shown in real life, this... Read More
After I have painted many abstract artworks in which floral or figurative elements were not shown in real life, this picture clearly shows a monster with large teeth for the viewer. In times of Corona, in which distance from others should be maintained and you can often only wave at each other from a distance or communicate with each other via digital channels, I found the exaggerated and, in contrast to my other more abstract pictures, almost real depiction of oversized ones Interesting eyes and teeth. Both (eyes and mouth) serve for direct and indirect communication. This is why I chose the title. In addition, I didn't paint the background first in this work, but only added it at the end by painting over the colored areas. In terms of color, I have opted for the predominant use of neon colors and white. But darker areas of blue or purple can also be found in order to achieve a certain depth effect in isolated cases. The neon colors have been arranged side by side as well as superimposed. Again, as in all my pictures, an effect from a distance (the colorful monster) as well as a close-up effect can be made out. If the viewer comes closer to the picture, he can make out various fine patterns and details that are less likely to be perceived in the overall effect. A white tulip on a black background would also be added to this picture at the end, a symbol of endless love. This stands for the connection to my father, who was also an artist
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