I like that you added the man's painting into the background.
I like that the painting is so huge that it could form a backdrop. Actually, a super cool piece. He has been selling a lot of them.
He's just a little off center, which is good, esp. in a painting full of circles, ovals, etc. Could've been too symmetrical, but you didn't let it. Let me know when I sound as if I know what I'm talking about. But I did read that in photography, you don't want everything perfectly centered or otherwise too symmetrical.Putting him in front of his own painting is a fine idea. I like this one.
P.S. That little bit of twist in his pose really adds something good--energy? Or merely interest? For me it's both.
Hi Jean. Circles, spheres,..., is fascinating.Congratulations (again Jean-Pierre)
Banjo, thanks. You kind of, do.I know the shapes aren't technically circles, more like ovoids, but that didn't sound as good to me.I felt like J-P had added good energy while posing in front of his work.Thank you, Blanco.Thank you, Evelin. Your paintings are beautiful.
Gorgeous art work , very modern !
Thanks, Jane. Another reason his painting is represented in this drawing is that I really liked it.
Love it-it reminds me of Masai carvings from Kenya
gosto muito de sua arte, belo trabalho
Ooo, I like. You've kind of got an Olympic thing going on in the background.
Thanks, Najma. I see what you mean. J-P Has African ancestry and maybe that influences his painting. I don't know.Thank you, Milton.
AH, that's so funny. I didn't see that and it's so obvious when you say it.Mystery solved.
Maybe I should re-title this, "Champion."
I like the simplified forms. There is something hip yet elegant about them.
I like everything about it. Marvelous.
Thank you, Margaret and Paula. Hip and elegant and marvelous. I like these adjectives.