Soft focus helps with some of those signs of aging, as can be seen in this self-portrait.
Some days, things just don’t go my way.
After a long day, a little intimacy is required.
The first print of this self-portrait piece (18″ X 12″) was awarded Best of Show at the 2011 All Student Art Show at The University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and is now on display in the University Union as part of the permanent collection of the Ann Flack Boseman Gallery.
Juror: Anne Brennan, Acting Director of the Cameron Art Museum
Ms. Brennan’s partial comments:
“Immediately attracted to William Tell reference and bodily expression of the subject. Is he staring at a drawn bow and arrow? He’s anxious! I’m anxious for him! Then to discover the humorous title and reference to Magritte – what a lovely surprise for this viewer! I laughed right out loud alone with the work!!! Well conceived, executed and presented! And the lighting even reminiscent of a different time and age, although a contemporary subject…”