Whether it is your cup of tea or not, this piece demands attention. Initially the disproportionate piercing eye is an affront to the viewer. The depth and and shine of it makes you wonder if the eye is looking back at you or just open wide to take in an alien world, one we must assume surrounds this unworldly creature. I like the juxtaposing of bunnies and deformed creature - bunnies usually being synonymous with cuteness and sweetness, while deformity is usually associated with depravity and twisted nature. The distended belly, posture and limp lanky arm suggests a benign or apathetic attitude and not one of haste or aggression, leaving the viewer still to wonder of the intention of the beast and what the artist imagines the creature to be. The eyes are at once vacant and yet knowing. It's unsettling as when looking into an eye of a fish, that there is no human relatability. Its eerie and effective at stimulating wonder - in my opinion a great quality in art. I enjoy art which is interactive and doesn't necessarily lead by hand the viewer so clearly that one can take a single glance and sum up what is happening. Constructively I think the belly and other large areas of the prominent being are a bit 'fuzzy'/blurry and not in keeping with the texture of the fur in the rest of the picture. I also cannot tell if there are ripples in the surface material or if those are horizontal wisps of clouds in the background of the sky. If they are clouds I would lighten or color them a bit more to define them as nebula or clouds, or if not, use smoother surfaces to do your work on. This is great it's very creative. Good job.
Your work really should be featured in Juxtapose, Hi Fructose or Blue Canvas magazines good man!!! Always a thrill to see where your mind's eye takes you and reveals to us as an audience! A M A Z I N G as always!!
So much "calm" strangeness here that we are surprised to find ourselves starting to squirm, just a bit, as the behemoth walks over the carpet of bunnies... these large, soulless eyes that you've created, to stare back at us, with cold, fishy murkiness are wonderful. Is he in costume, wearing the skins of those he has downtrodden? Is he simply a mutant growth, from the back of a helpless rabbit, a cancer, a sick evolutional step? You paint this sick softness so well, the dirty grays of the bunny pile, the stars glowing the fur of the behemoth, and those sad, lifeless, tadpole-eyes... Brilliant.
thanks alot my friend,,i try always to make my viewer thinking over what i paint,,but i have honestly to say that i dont know realy why i paint this,maybe something deeper in me or things that i m realy pissed off over it
Live the way you have captured the fur effect. Slightly different textural feel to much of your work, yet still recognisably you. I never get tired of exploring your world which seems to be full of wonders.