Colored Pencil on paper, 11″ × 13.75″
An experiment in capturing the salient lines that make up the recognizable portion of a face. Nearly every photo I’ve seen of Einstein have him looking right – thus in this one, he is thinking in reverse – facing left :)
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great project – great execution
a ha now this is Brilliant, he will look down and say you are smart….. great.
Oh yes, that sets it off nicely – Thanks!
brilliant concept and execution…
Thank you linaji
Your work is very unique and interesting. This would also be lovely as stained glass.
Thank you Dorothy. I’d never thought about this in stained glass, but I can see how that could work. thank you for the idea! And thank you for favoriting this piece too!
intense bereavement, like a mourner caught in a web of anger and abashed grey…very scary. (My daughter wrote this – she thinks your art is fascinating.) such an interesting take on Einstein. good one.
Wow! I love your daughter’s read of this work! I’m honored. I hadn’t thought of it that way, but now that you mention it – the man looked so very sad even when he smiled. And scary? Sweet! Thank you so much for having a look. And I welcome both of your comments, readings. Thank you!
This is spectacular image.
I’m so glad you like this Devalyn :) And thank you for adding this to your favorites! That means a lot to me :)
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