Very soulful!! I like it very much!!Warm regards.
I'm going to use one of your works in a future post. Thank you.María Luisa
A portrait full of character, very expressive! Jean, did you painted the soul of this person
Great expression. Love the title.
I like her drama, and I think she could convince anyone that she deserves the drama. But there's at least an even chance she'd be the strong, silent type--the bright colors are what's bubbling inside her, but it might never be spoken.
Soulful is a good word. Also curious, thoughtful
It's good to touch materials
Like all the above comments, I'm seeing lots and lots of character in her face.Haughty, but weary.
Thanks, Maria Luisa.I saw your post.
Thanks, Rita. I am glad you found meaning in it.
Thanks, Anthony.The truth about the light is that is was virtually non-existent for most of the drawing.Then someone screwed in some lightbulbs he bought-- and the lighting changed.I went with the original situation , somewhat enhanced for effect.
Very lovely description, Banjo.
Thanks, Margaret. All good.
PA, it is. I got a copy of Salomon's bio from the library, and a copy of her work, Life or Theatre, from Amazon.Wow.
Very dramatic light - love it!
Thanks, Minn.You might laugh if you saw the studio; so little light, coming from such unflattering places, everyone looks years older when posing.