i was born to carve your face into the back of the sun by donnamalone


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i was born to carve your face into the back of the sun by 

gesso and charcoal on photocopy


fetus, donna malone, photocopy, charcoal, gesso, face, savage, dust, crying, daylight

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  • linaji
    linajiabout 4 years ago

    what an incredible feeling piece like a picture of an emotion called.. unrest and denial..kinda looks like a baby.. wow Ruth will love this..

  • linaji
    linajiabout 4 years ago

    July 2010

  • Benjamin Ruskin
    Benjamin Ruskinabout 4 years ago

    Lucky Ruth! You really don’t put a line wrong, flawless, very emotional artwork… somewhere out beyond brilliant!!

  • Loui  Jover
    Loui Joverabout 4 years ago

    excellent use of the medium powerful work

  • Shylie Edwards
    Shylie Edwardsabout 4 years ago

    i just love the ‘hint’ of the arms…..lovely work!!

  • ArtLacoque
    ArtLacoqueabout 4 years ago

    Oh Donna – I do love this.All of it………..and the idea of fingers on the chest.
    Thank you for dedicating it to me. You know where it takes me ………Ruth

  • salena
    salenaabout 4 years ago

    so emotionally strong artwork!

  • rob castro
    rob castroabout 4 years ago

    donna… i luv the way that the image evokes child-like emotions… i’m reminded of how infants are born… rather innocent… but that’s just me and my interpretation… i suppose others will see this differently… in any case, it’s brilliant… well done - rob

  • F. Magdalene Austin
    F. Magdalene A...about 4 years ago

    i guess I see a baby wrapped tightly but not safe just yet. he’s got to come out of the isolation of the womb to really, truly live.
    beautiful, provocative work.

  • hsien-ku
    hsien-kuabout 4 years ago

    poor being, sad and grey. i hope warmth and light come soon.

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