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Title: perfect confidence
by: Jessica Perry
Art Type: Original Paintings
Media: Masonite Oils
Subject: Figurative
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Nice portrait, looks very lovely. Great hair, in c...
Nice portrait, looks very lovely. Great hair, in color of fire, i also like the fact that you painted even a light that fall on her head, that add the whole different colors to the picture. Great work

MargoZ
0 > 2 years
There is technical skill here, but there's also a ...
There is technical skill here, but there's also a lot of emotion, and the two aspects together make this an amazing painting. The choice to capture all of the nuances of color in the hair really bring

tracy-h
0 > 2 years
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 Lastest-- Just keep pcrctiaing. Actually, playing the guitar is so much harder than people think it is. Instead of trying to play tons of different riffs, just pick one and learn it really well. Once you have m

rafiperez
1 > 2 years
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perfect confidence
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xtie
0 > 2 years
perfect confidence
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Malner
1 > 2 years
by bluelavaart
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I like this too

utente
0 > 2 years
The hair.......the light and shadow elements........the brush strokes....
PERFECT!!! Another beautiful portrait Jessica:-) (i'd like to see a smiling face sometime soon:-) Cheers!
 Lastest-- I have really enjoyed reading all of the comments and interpretations of this piece. I reallylike judith's "she's critical of herself and compares her reflection with society's prescript of bea ...

misterbone
3 > 2 years
by bluelavaart
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dit
0 > 2 years
Excelent Painting
I love this composition. All of the action happens in less than a quarter of the canvas, but the rest is definitely not boring or neglected. Every thing was decided on and supports the picture. Aw

kirbsand
0 > 2 years
Claustrophobic...
...and brilliant.

rshryhorczuk
0 > 2 years
Nice psychological self portrait Jess!
I find that I can't avoid all the 'wrong' kind of revealing looks whenever I do a self portrait, so I emphathise with you on this. We artists tend to turn the most glaring spotlight on ourselves when

David_Baker
0 > 2 years
perfect confidence - Jessica Perry
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Journo
0 > 2 years
.. Perfect! . . . with a nice psychological edge. . .
No doubt, this was meant to be understood as a sort of: "Girl Before Mirror." But you have taken us far beyond that in this work. Here, the girl in the foreground appears to be 'co
 Lastest-- Thanks for all of your critiques. Your comments were great to read and Lad, the duality between self-confidence and self-doubt was exactly what I was going for in this piece. Thanks again, Jess

LVH
1 > 2 years
by bluelavaart
i especially like th way you play whith the thin line of
photographic precision and noticable drawing/painting marks...it is sooo thin and well established that it gives your works this extra dimension of just not " 100 % realism" ....my my my sooo nice

mylifeisart
0 > 2 years
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designheadstudio
0 > 2 years
Perfect Confidence
I like to look at myself in the mirror with a bra on too :) Anyway... a really nice piece. What type and size brush do you use on your hair and how many variations of color do you typically feel com
 Lastest-- I don't know why I always look so angry in my self portraits...I usually block in the hair with a very dark combo of burnt umber and ult. blue. I then work up to lighter values in a range of colors t

michaelaldana
1 > 2 years
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