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Title: Untitled
by: Erika Fortner
Art Type: Original Paintings
Media: Acrylic Emulsion Ink
Subject: Abstract Figurative Other
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9/27/2017comment from Anonymous
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This is so interesting- really cleverly done. The ...
This is so interesting- really cleverly done. The choice of colours and opaque vs. transparent washes make for an usual but beautiful piece of work.
 Lastest--  When it comes to how to get rid of 


joneskeyworth
1 9/27/2017 1:54 AM
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seasonalitch
0 > 2 years
Untitled
Erika, it is such pleasure to see your work again. Overall there is an almost 'toony playfulness in this painting that reminds me of some of Inka Essenhigh's work. You mentioned her as an influence an
 Lastest-- He is not in your area of art at all so it's not surprising that you haven't heard of him. Roth has been around for a very long time - I remembered him from my childhood and just assumed he was dead.

trollcat
2 > 2 years
by trollcat
Can not leave this image
You got me attracted. I have been there
 Lastest-- and Pavel!

rehurek
3 > 2 years
by amnios
Untiteld - Erica Fortner
very refreshing to see this wonderful work.
 Lastest-- Thank you. Beautiful paintings on your website!

rshryhorczuk
1 > 2 years
by amnios
Another fine pair of works Erika!
This one particularly reminds me of eighteenth century Japanese ink drawings of figures and also of the way this was re-interpreted and aborbed by some late nineteenth ceutury early-modernists in Fran

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