This one is third one, which I painted from same design.
First one was I drew with Sumi (Black ink) with brush on Arches rough watercolor paper in 2007. The image size was 11â€ x 11â€ Itâ€™s only line; still I wanted to show three-dimensional look. I named â€œWomanâ€™s Backâ€.
It was sold to the professor of psychiatry. She loved the quality of theÂ lines and simplicity. Iâ€™m so pleased that she has sophisticated taste.
The second one: I didnâ€™t paint. We had a group show, which theme was â€œRedâ€. I scan the black & white image of â€œWomanâ€™s Backâ€ and in a Photoshop program, drop red in the background. Â So it isÂ a Giclee print.
I love this design and I wanted to paint much bigger. I painted in Oil on 24â€ x 24â€ Gallery Wrapped Canvas in 2010.Â I named “Woman’s Back in Red”, and I showed the painting in my booth at the San Diego Art Walk. The painting attracted to a couple: the wife is a French. The husband Â purchased the painting to surprise his wife as her birthday present.
A couple months ago, Tim invited me to join his group show â€œNudeâ€.
Some how I was interested in Modern Art. So I watched about Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat in YouTube and red about them. What passionate Artists they were.
After all, sudden I wanted paint very simple design with Oil matiere/thick paint on 24â€ x 24â€ Gallery Wrapped Canvas. I picked the design of â€œWomanâ€™s Backâ€ again. When I was painting, I was not thinking anything else, but painting. It was conversation with paints.
I named this painting “Woman in passion”. After the paint was dried, I took to Tim. He displayedÂ the painting in his window, and it was sold.
The lady owns business building in Fort Bragg purchased it. She must be passionate person. I love to meet her in person sometime soon.
Well all these paintings owners are women. What do you say?
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