Toy 

Actually I was inspired by a photo of Dakota Fanning... in my mind the question just came up: who is the toy?

 

In all my artistic exhibitions, recent and not, I received, before any other comment or appreciation and from every kind of viewer, expert or complete profane, always just the same question: are your works printed? And always I remain astonished by the evident fact that my works, if looked upon closely, are visibly painted and, all in all, not even hyper-realistic!
I must admit that this has caused me a lot of frustration over time. I also make artworks in digital format that I print on aluminum, but even in these cases I use software specifically dedicated to the digital painting and, in any event, I declare the origin. I came to the conclusion that if instead of being blond with blue eyes I were an old bearded man, this question would be asked much less frequently!

For this reason, here I publish a small example of work in progress. I took a picture for each working session. And since I do not have a long beard, I'm afraid that from now on I'll have to do it often ...

Toy

Toy

Stefania Pinsone, 39 x 51 cm, Acrylic painting on canvas, 2015

Process of painting Toy1

Process of painting Toy1

Stefania Pinsone, process of painting Toy, acrylics

Process of painting Toy2

Process of painting Toy2

Stefania Pinsone, process of painting Toy, acrylics

© 2019 Peter Hvorslev

Stefania Pinsone

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