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My submission for the ART-Town public art project. Partially painted in Grattan Gardens, Prahran. Artists were requested to explore the theme ‘Challenge of change’.

ART-Town Exhibition
Group show with emerging and established artists including the likes of insanely talented fellow bubbler Brenda Mangalore from Sashe Studio.
Venue Chapel off Chapel – 12 Little Chapel Street, Prahran
Opening 16 March, 6pm
Dates 16 March – 20 March
Hours 10am – 5pm, 7 Days
Check it out if you can.

Statement A portrait of internal conflict that can often impede change.
Model Jennie Mission Impossible
Media acrylic, graphite, ink, chalk, charcoal, chinagraph on canvas
Dimensions 750mmw X 1000mmh

Tags

conflict, portrait, girl, thought, challenge, change

I am a Melbourne based artist.
I communicate through a mix of traditional and digital media.

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Comments

  • mhkantor
    mhkantorover 3 years ago

    wonderful work. fantastic piece.

  • Cheers. Have been enjoying your work lately too.

    – Steve Leadbeater

  • routinemagic
    routinemagicover 3 years ago

    beautiful!

  • Thanks RM. Your work ‘in a box’ is incredible

    – Steve Leadbeater

  • ab-type
    ab-typeover 3 years ago

    stand out work steve. i bet the original looks even more stunning. ;-) xox

  • It definitely feels different to see the original. The layers are hard to appreciate as a jpg.

    – Steve Leadbeater

  • caradione
    caradioneover 3 years ago

    Steve this is a fantastic piece… wonderful viewed large
    if i make to to prahran i will definitely be stopping by to have a look at the original

  • Glad you like it. Yeah, the show should be interesting. Would be great if you can make it.

    – Steve Leadbeater

  • Ellen Keagy
    Ellen Keagyover 3 years ago

    So emotive, just gorgeous!

  • ‘Emotive’ coming from you – wow thanks! Your work has a deep sophistication I admire.

    – Steve Leadbeater

  • Tuliptree
    Tuliptreeover 3 years ago

    This is outstanding. I love the definition of the head and face while the body recedes – your priorities are spot on, in my opinion! The dribbly hair takes us away from reality so well too.

  • Thanks so much. Yeah, I like the ‘attempt’ at reality through detail, then contrasting that with raw lines and textures.

    – Steve Leadbeater

  • polly470
    polly470over 3 years ago

    Powerful work – wow!
    P
    Xx

  • polly470
    polly470over 3 years ago

    Sorry – not very articulate – not woken up yet! But you get the gist?
    Xx

  • Gist received – and appreciated – thanks

    – Steve Leadbeater

  • Ellen Keagy
    Ellen Keagyover 3 years ago

    Thanks so much for that compliment, equal admiration then…smiles

  • Rebecca Tun
    Rebecca Tunover 3 years ago

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