Horizontal Canvas Art
Described an a "cityscape, " I might much more accurately have characterized it as an urban implosion - of events, ethnicities, courses, socioeconomic strata, regardless of the abstract area of the mind chooses to sense and feel upon first viewing this piece. So, we obviously agree with the town part, but i suppose his intent was to just express it while I felt the need to implode it. Maybe we should have gotten collectively and affected, calling it a "profusion...", much more interesting than a representation but undoubtedly a little less remarkable than an implosion. Whatever. Main point here - we find the color scheme and also the overall composition for this piece both effective and striking. One last note: as a result of spatial limitations, I am TEMPORARILY showing this work vertically in the place of horizontally. Though it seems good, I plan to change it with another much more accordingly sized piece so this it's possible to be correctly shown HORIZONTALLY in its own space. Yes, you could properly translate this as a manifestation of my high regard because of this singer.