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Gouache and Oil on Canvas

35 X 50 cm


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In the painting titled "18 Women," the artist presents a mesmerizing array of faces partially obscured by vibrant, abstract brushstrokes. The composition is a dynamic interplay of colors and forms, where layers of red, blue, and gold paint sweep across the canvas, creating a sense of depth and movement.

The faces, each with distinct expressions and features, appear to emerge from the chaotic background, symbolizing the myriad identities and emotions that exist beneath the surface. The abstract overlay not only adds texture but also suggests the complexity of human experience and the often-hidden layers of our personalities. 

Through this piece, the artist explores themes of identity, perception, and the fragmentation of self. The juxtaposition of detailed facial features with the bold, sweeping colors invites viewers to contemplate the interplay between visibility and obscurity, and the multifaceted nature of human existence. This painting stands as a powerful commentary on the diverse and intricate tapestry of humanity, challenging the viewer to look beyond the surface and appreciate the depth of individual experiences.

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