Distort Resemblance, Sub-Title: J.F.K. is one of my Vision Collection paintings.
Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas
Size: 36 W x 24″ H x 1.5″ Gallery Wrap
Distort Resemblance has a unique story. After looking at the painting for the first time, I did not think it was finished, so I got ready to paint, I had the plate filled with paint in my right hand and a selected brush on my left hand to start painting when suddenly I saw the face of late president John F, Kenedy as if he was looking at himself in a distort mirror. My heart stopped for a few seconds and I thought to myself I cannot paint over this painting. I do not understand but that is what I saw and continue to see.
I just recently found a picture late president J.F. Kenedy that fits my perception.
You may perceive a different view… I would like to know your opinion.
That is the reason for the Title: “Distort Resemblance Sub-Title: J.F.K.”
My art is completely emotional; I do not plan any of the images that evolved in the paintings.
After the paintings are finished and completely dry is when I take the time to observe and discovered the meaning of the painting.
Of course, that is the way I perceived the appearance of the painting at that moment, the pose of the painting influences my view, this can change depending on the rotation position of the painting.
All my paintings can be rotated and the expression completely is transformed. Some of my collectors choose to rotate the painting over time to realize new scenes or expressions.
The brush strokes, colors, and perception of the painting completely changes depending on the light exposure, rotation, and position.
The painting is one of a kind and cannot be duplicated. This piece took about four months to complete and was made using an acrylic base and natural pigmentation on canvas. By using my own proprietary formula I ensure that the colors of the work are vivid with a unique brilliance and superior intensity as well as the elegance of the colors being preserve over time.