In contrast to my other works, this time I didn't choose a color scheme or background and proceeded it purely... Read More
In contrast to my other works, this time I didn't choose a color scheme or background and proceeded it purely intuitively. As the title suggests, it was created after a difficult private situation. During the painting process, I just grabbed any colors and angrily applied them to the canvas and spread them with a brush, hands, spatula, dabbed and sometimes wiped off again. This resulted in several layers of paint that partially overlap and mix with one another. This also creates a good haptic effect. You also don't see any fine lines, but very rough and thick borders. The result is an expressive, colourful artwork in which the structures and shapes as a whole strive outwards, but nevertheless seem to point in different directions. For me, a face can be recognized, in which individual bone structures and scraps of skin are exposed and which has been pierced by various long elements. In the lower right part of the picture I see a slightly open mouth with teeth, as if the person is saying or screaming something. In the upper part of the picture I see two eyes that seem to be furiously looking to the right. Overall, I think the rage I felt during the creative process is well reflected in the elements just mentioned.
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