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Asylum, not Assimilation

in Oil by Chris Walker 2 Artist Reviews
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439-Asylum, not Assimilation, Oil on Canvas (50cm x50cm x3.7cm) I just wanted to paint this image. When completed it seemed to me that is was a social comment abot standing out in a crowd. How lonely to be the only crow, or black. You see the compactness of the surronding population without being part of it. This piece is painted around the sides of the deep canvas, so it is ready to hang without a frame.
W 20.00" x H 20.00"
W 50.80 cm x H 50.80 cm
stretched canvas
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About the Artist

I am a painter living in Provence with an English humour. I paint in oils and acrylics, generally brightly coloured in a medium size to small format. Subjects vary from abstract, through whimsical and enigmatic to classic landscape. Styles also vary considerably depending on, viewpoint, season, s...

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The painting is wonderful, from its composition to its intended meaning. Still, the artwork can be interpreted in a number of different ways, though each interpretation will be an introspective experience for the perceiver.

Submitted by Customer 26/05/2017