The stages of my career as an artist – Part 9
Series of articles on the different stages of my career as an artist. Florence 2021.
Paintings on image above from left to right:
- Woman with blue hair, 33×50 (available)
- Mujer y pajaro, 43,5×70,5 (private collection)
- Woman with blue shirt, 30×48 (available)
My work from this period depict solitary women. Background patterns are less worked. I start to combine straight and curved lines. Some of the line strokes move away from the figures, and others are duplicated. In 2021, I start using the palette knife.
Small scale works
In 2019, I created a tiny art space to work at home, but it didn’t work for me, so I ended up hanging the pieces of blank canvas all around my place. The more I painted, the less space I had. Small scale works seem to be my only option, at least by now.
Woman looking back + Woman looking forward
Oil on canvas. 36X52 cm. Florence, beginning of 2021. These two paintings were both created at the same time. Woman looking back (good times remain behind). Woman looking forward (looking ahead with a watchful eye).
State of paintings
Paintings from this period are in good condition and available for sale. (I keep 2 works in my private collection).
- Due donne 33×43,5
- Mujer con pestañas blancas 33×43,5
- Woman with blue hair 33×50
- Woman with red hat 30×48
- Mujer en fondo amarillo 70,5X43,5
- Woman with blue shirt 30×48
- Woman looking back 36X52
- Woman looking forward 36X52
- Red nail polish on woman 55×70
- Woman with square earrings 36×52
- Mujer_gris 30×50
- Woman with golden hair 30×50
- Woman in orange 43,5×70,5
- Woman and cell phone 36×52
- Woman with mini skirt 30×50
- Mujer y pajaro 70,5×43,5
- Pink woman 29,7×48
This is the last post on the different stages of my career as an artist. I hope all these short articles helped you to better understand my art practice.
Get in touch if you are interested in the available paintings!
I see you in my next post!