Acrylic on Canvas
12" x "9 (with frame14" x 11")
Framed by the artist in a modern Float Box style.
"Faces", an Abstract work painted in the mid-nineties, was a rare digression from my hard edged geometric work at that time. So, how did it happen? Well it started as a doodle (a scribble sketch) but, when the faces began to emerge it fascinated me and I upgraded it to a painting. However, I do regret not painting it on a larger canvas.
"Faces" - along with my painting "Blue Moon" - was selected for display in the 2009 City University of New York Small Works Exhibit that was held at the 2/20 Gallery in the NYC Chelsea Art District. The gallery was owned and curated by Miguel Herrera a painter, master printmaker and art critic who invited me to exhibit there which led to my Chelsea debut show in 2010.
In my view "Faces" is one of my best works that I would prefer to keep in my personal collection and thus it has been priced substantially above Standard.
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