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Homoerotic paintings: the violence of male desire. Nude men in fictitious spaces. Anatomical fantasies.
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I think my recent portraits are successful. Visually, they work. It’s fairly easy for me to paint them. I would say I have found my way of approaching portraiture.
But I’m not quite satisfied with that. When I start a new work afresh, I can’t resolve to follow the easy way when I’m in front of the white canvas. Of course, I continue to paint faces, but I also want to paint other stuff. I want to develop a complex and varied array of images. I want to import some of the qualities found in my portraits into other types of pictures. That’s why I recently made some experiments. I painted bodies in defined spaces. The idea is simple: to broaden the frame of the image to encompass a full body and the fictitious space around it. Among other things, I know I’m good enough to paint eyes and I want to explore subjects that don’t rely, well at least not solely, on the expression of a particular gaze. To sum it up, I want to develop new strengths.
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The materials I use to paint are traditional materials proven to last for centuries by the tradition of oil painting on canvas. I paint on Belgian linen canvas and I mainly use extra-fine oil color (either ground in walnut or linseed oil) by Kama Pigments. My primer is also Kama Pigments' acrylic gesso. Visit http://www.kamapigment.com/index_en.html to learn more about my materials.
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I'm organizing a draw! The prize is a print of your choice, size 13"X19", on matt, acid-free, 100% cotton Hahnemühle paper. All you have to do is put your name and address down there and pray. Good luck!
The draw will take place Sunday February 3rd at 10:00 am Eastern Time. The name of the winner will be announced on my Facebook fan page.