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Click onto any image to see enlargements. The images can be best appreciated from a distance of six feet approx (1.75m) in a darkened room. Originally a small watercolour image, I painted from a photo of Camarón de las Isla, the famed flamenco singer I developed the portrait using Photoshop in stages. My intention was to see how far I could take it while still retaining the essence of the subject. At times, the result almost resembles a map of an island surrounded by smaller islands, but the eyes always tug the observer back to seeing it as a face. I experimented with various colours to what extent they altered the perception.
To read a short biography of Camarón de la Isla click onto The Tale of ‘The Shrimp’.
Signed (or unsigned), printed copies of the image are available in A4 size to order. All you have to do is enter your request in comments box below, and price for the full set of five will be sent to your email address by return, including postage and packing. Your comment will not be published. Larger sizes (A3) are also available as single items on request.
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