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Totem #1 by Patricia Ariel

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Totem #1 is the first of a series of pieces that represent an animal attached to a human figure, like if they are part of the same body. They can also be animal totems, if you prefer. The Totems carry also a very simple concept: our deep attachment to Nature as one single thing. In those pieces, I intend to make the human head always black and white and naturalist, while the animal is colorful and filled with abstract shapes.

watercolor and pencil on cold press watercolor paper
12 × 8.5

Tags

abstract, blue, bird, paper, face, nature, female, animal, human, totem, figurative, owl, watercolor, naturalist, shamanism

Comments

  • Magicat
    Magicatover 5 years ago

    Hauntingly beautiful! Instant fave :0)

  • oh, thank you very much!!!

    – Patricia Ariel

  • mimi yoon
    mimi yoonover 5 years ago

    viewing your art is a very humbling experience….

  • MoonSpiral
    MoonSpiralover 5 years ago

    Funny you should start this series with the owl on the woman’s head. I keep painting owls either over a woman’s head or a part of her head. Owl must be wanting to get our attention right now!!

  • Jan Landers
    Jan Landersover 5 years ago

    wonderful, powerful art…i look foward to more of these!

  • marak
    marakover 5 years ago

    very nice!!!!

  • penspapers
    penspapersover 5 years ago

    I like that you take the time to describe your painting. The totem reference is very evocative, and the abstractions remind me of some of our totems here in the Northwest.
    Beautifully done.

  • Ming  Myaskovsky
    Ming Myaskovskyover 5 years ago

    I’m impressed by such excellent art work. Glad to find you here in RB. Best Regards.

  • jewd barclay
    jewd barclayover 5 years ago

    Beautifully composed piece…she speaks silently..

  • Dawnsky2
    Dawnsky2over 5 years ago

    stunning piece :)

  • Philosophy Lee
    Philosophy Leeover 5 years ago

    I Love your explanation as much as your ‘artwork’.
    :)

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