|Oil on linen, 17 x 21 inches|
Sunday, April 28, 2013
There have been many great artists who have come face to face with the unknown and been challenged to enter the ring, rather than stand to the sidelines. Perhaps this was a reason Pablo Picasso, (1881-1973) loved going to bullfights. When the matador enters the ring with the bull, the outcome is not known . . . certainly either the animal or the man will die. The man depends on his talent to guide him and gain the adulation of the crowd.
Recently, I have begun experimenting painting with three colors only: red, black and white.