The Face (2014)
Acrylic on canvas. 50X70cm
From the artist’s fascination in faces, she experimented with offering an immersive eye contact experience between the viewer and the Face triggered by an intense mixed emotion. These varied stories hiding in the in eyes, attempt to generate an electric shock aiming at activating the thrive for weightlessness, the perfect world of wonders and happiness as a self-defense mechanism.
Mostly painted with a palette knife, “The Face” holds, in addition to the strong brushstrokes, an oversaturation of a mix of dark and bright colors depicting the diversified feelings.