Mardi Gras by Ming  Myaskovsky

Mardi Gras
24″ × 36″
Oil and Pastel painted in 2002

1374 views on 2-23-2013




  • paulramnora
    paulramnoraover 6 years ago

    I note that your artwork(s) are both brilliant, and, unique! ;-)

  • Thank you, I really appreciate it ! :))))))))))))

    – Ming Myaskovsky

  • xssif
    xssifover 6 years ago

    super work…

    BLYTHARTover 6 years ago

    When I was in Barcelona last month I saw a window display of face masks and this brings back the memory.

  • Antanas
    Antanasover 6 years ago

    Beautiful work

  • Thank you, Antanas. :-)

    – Ming Myaskovsky

  • Michael J Armijo
    Michael J Armijoover 6 years ago

    Also a reminder of how can change our very own face each day. Wild masterpiece. I LOVE it. ;)

  • Thank YOU very much dear Michael ! ;) XXOO

    – Ming Myaskovsky

  • Peter Evans
    Peter Evansover 6 years ago

    Brilliant work Ming :-)

  • Domo arigatou gozaimasu! :) XXOO

    – Ming Myaskovsky

  • F. Magdalene Austin
    F. Magdalene A...over 6 years ago

    I like that you didn’t over use green in this piece. People use green to symbolize envy, jealousy and strife. I think black better represents these traits exactly as you’ve done here.
    I like the chaos of it too. When is jealousy colourful and organized? It’s not. This is very impressive.

  • I guessed we won’t be human if jealousy was not part of our lives. Thank you for stopping by, I really appreciate it. xoxoxox Ming

    – Ming Myaskovsky

  • Tammera
    Tammeraabout 6 years ago

    ooooh I love all the silently whispering faces…very welll capturing the emotion of the gossip part of jealousy…

  • Thank YOU so much dear Tammera for the awesome compliment ! ;) XXOO

    – Ming Myaskovsky

  • lifang
    lifangalmost 6 years ago

    You have some creative works in your profile, Ming;-);-)

  • Much appreciated! Thank you very much for your kind words!! :))

    – Ming Myaskovsky

  • westynimages
    westynimagesover 5 years ago

    A tree that grows in poor soil becomes weak and diseased.
    As rumors grow in unfounded beginings, the truth becomes distorted and weak.
    I see the progression… impressive work

  • I am honored, thank YOU so much dear Ian ! :) XXOO

    – Ming Myaskovsky

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