Embed MITRO LUXURY ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM ART: New Paintings - My Life on The Road to Arkansas and Symbolism of a Stag and The Child Within The Man

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

New Paintings - My Life on The Road to Arkansas and Symbolism of a Stag and The Child Within The Man

My Life on The Road to Arkansas   3 Feet by 4 Feet

This painting is of a two headed stag, one head dropped and serious and the other head raised and laughing.
Stags lower their antlers when ready to do battle.
This painting tells us in the game of life there are times to laugh and live, and times to do battle for what we want. This battle here indicates battles with self not with others as the figure is one.
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The Stag is wearing a Cheongsam which is a traditional Chinese dress Cheongsam
A cheongsam can be worn for all occasion as they serve as a bridge between moderation and luxurious elegance
The color of the dress is Inchworm Green.
Inchworms lack appendages in the middle portion of their body, causing them to have a characteristic looping gait.
Looking closely at the journey one can see many faces interwoven in the journey path, both male and female.
The Child Inside the Man   3 Feet by 4 Feet
This painting is quite haunting and as such needs to be hung in a very large room, as the further you are from the painting, the more haunting it becomes.
It is literally a huge man with a child inside himself.
The child is reaching for a toy.
When viewed from a different perspective the child turns into a smiling mans face.
The colors are exquisite, a sunflower yellow, light teal and powder blue. 
The child is a dark dark red.