"MariPosa" by D. Loren Champlin commissioned in 2008
What the Patron had to say about their purchase:
"...You captured the emotion and the energy of my journal entry SPOT ON. You really have a knack for that, you know. You paint 'emotion' better than any other artist I've seen. Truly. I think it's the combination of the color, the brushstokes and the impressionistic quality of the subject. You are quite talented.
No other artist could have captured my journal entry better than you. Definitely.
I've hung the painting in the central-most area of my teenie-tiny condo. So it's the first thing I see when I walk into the door. - and when I do my dishes. - and when I wake up. - and when I leave for the day. I also hung a picture light so that the soul of the butterfly is illuminated. It's quite remarkable.
When I look at your painting, I feel all sorts of emotions: pride at the immense courage I mustered to leave that 'perfect life'; sadness at the fact that I was so entrapped in a secretive mire; anger at myself for making that choice to marry him when - deep down - I knew of his tendancies; and hope that the hardship I've endured will lead me to brighter horizons.
. ." Cris Aug, 2008
Size: horizontal 36" x 48" (91 cm x 122 cm)
Description: This work was a commissioned worked based on a poem the patron wrote about her life experiences.
Medium: oil on linen
Year completed: 2008
Prints Available: Yes
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