Icarus in the city is the theme of this new abstract painting

This canvas used to be a painting of an angel with large wings and I never finished it. About 2 months ago, I started to rework it and some wild things occured. It was heading to be an abstract and somehow the wings kept calling to me. It has taken on numerous transformations and now I am finally happy with it. Being 48x36", it would be an interesting adornment to a living room or den. It has so much texture and glazes with small details. At one point, I turned it on its side with the head of the bird facing down  and another time, I felt like it could go vertically with its head flying to the sky. Any thoughts? It could be hung either way. This canvas used to be a painting of an angel with large wings and I never finished it. About 2 months ago, I started to rework it and some wild things occured. It was heading to be an abstract and somehow the wings kept calling to me. It has taken on numerous transformations and now I am finally happy with it. Being 48×36″, it would be a n interesting adornment to a living room or den. It has so much texture and glazes with small details. At one point, I turned it on its side with the head of the bird facing down and another time, I felt like it could go vertically with its head flying to the sky. Any thoughts? It could be hung either way.

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2 thoughts on “Icarus in the city is the theme of this new abstract painting

  1. Linda, as jy kyk en in zoom aan jou regterkant sal jy n vroulike gesig sien met die sillouette in die agter grond waar die kop van die duif is! Al hoewel abstrak is jou engel daar! Sy is net daar en dis prentjies, awesome verby!!

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