Self portrait, a bit of fun! by Marilyn Brown

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Acrylic on board with assemblage (I guess that’s what you call it!)

Just a bit of fun whilst creating a self portrait!!
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  • DennisK
    DennisKalmost 7 years ago

    very cool!
    It looks great

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  • henny
    hennyalmost 7 years ago

    See what happend your head is still spinning
    Very good md Iove it keep it up

  • Ozcloggie
    Ozcloggiealmost 7 years ago

    Is David Attenborough an expert on nudey-trees (too)?

    Needs Patsy Cline (Who’s she!?!) singing in the background:

    I fall to pieces,
    Each time I see you again.
    I fall to pieces.
    How can I be just your friend?

    You want me to act like we’ve never kissed.
    You want me to forget, pretend we’ve never met.
    And I’ve tried and I’ve tried, but I haven’t yet.
    You walk by and I fall to pieces.

    I fall to pieces,
    Each time someone speaks your name.
    I fall to pieces.
    Time only adds to the flame.

  • Craig Goldsmith
    Craig Goldsmithalmost 7 years ago

    Very clever I like it, and a very different self portrait.

  • Belinda Leopold
    Belinda Leopoldalmost 7 years ago

    What a fantastic idea!!! Lovely to look at.

  • lucid1111
    lucid1111almost 7 years ago

    Love this….I never would have attempted this thinking it wouldn’t have worked.. You pulled it off though. Impressive. Good work!

  • MiMiDesigns
    MiMiDesignsover 6 years ago

    Love it!

  • Jeremy Lebediker
    Jeremy Lebedikerover 6 years ago

    A great idea and use of odds and ends to create interest. (Dare I be the first one on Redbubble to offer critical advice and feedback….ok, I dare…forgive the art teacher in me). I think this painting would be even better if it had more contrast (lighter lights and darker darks) especially in the hair and cheeks. This would help give more form.

  • Angel Ortiz
    Angel Ortizabout 6 years ago

    texture makes very rich the painting,

  • Rosina  Lamberti
    Rosina Lambertialmost 6 years ago

    OMG That is beautiful..

  • Thanks Rosina.

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