Oil paint on 11"x14" wood panel
The back of the painting has a hanging wire installed so it's ready to be displayed on your wall.
About the painting:
"'Sunday's Portrait' is a self portrait that acts as a sequel to 'Sunday's Best'. I use the same motif I made in 'Sunday's Best': painted rainbows on the eyelids. The reason I created a secondary look at this concept was to show that the same issues we hold as children are carried on into our adulthood. I purposefully designed this painting using my own face and body to put myself and my in a more vulnerable light.
While I used similar background colors here (pink and blue), I made them less saturated and bright and left a wooden border with spilled coffee to give a sense of jadedness. The background for the figure in 'Sunday's Best' feels open and bright. But in this painting, I painted the composition to feel compressed and 'boxed in'."
Juried Group Show at Las Laguna Gallery in Laguna Beach, CA
Length/Depth: 14 in
Width: 11 in
Height: 2 in
Length/Depth: 18 in
Width: 14 in
Height: 4 in
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Anna Lyle is a contemporary narrative artist from Birmingham, Alabama. After receiving her Bachelor of Architecture from Mississippi State University, Anna moved back to Birmingham to pursue her career as an artist. Anna is mostly self-taught, working in oil paint as her medium. She will be moving to out of state this fall to continue her arts education and obtain her MFA.
Her work has been exhibited in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Missouri, California, New York and London.
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