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by Saundra Johnson
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We Wear the Mask by Paul Laurence Dunbar was the inspiration for this acrylic painting on black canvas.The mask, painted with metallic acrylic paint... more
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"We Wear the Mask" by Paul Laurence Dunbar was the inspiration for this acrylic painting on black canvas.The mask, painted with metallic acrylic paint is no match for the beauty of the subject and is unable to effectively hide her sadness. This piece was painted in 2015.
I don't paint anything I have to explain.
Saundra, your work is so emotive and healing...v...best to you
Saundra Johnson replied:
Thank you Laurel. I need to go back to my roots of illustrating poetry. Painting and poetry are similar artforms in my opinion.
Gary F Richards
Spectacular capture, lighting, shading, colors and artwork! F/L … voted for this piece in the FAVORITE THINGS contest!
...v...BEST to you, Saundra. Keep up that soulful creativity that heals many heArts. Yes, I will eagerly await your new work!..:-)
Thank you so much Laurel. You have been such an encouragement to me. Look for some new pieces very soon.
Saundra, your work is always inspired by numinous, emotive depths and, as such, always touches my soul space. This is no exception. I read afresh the poem and was tempted to copy paste it into my comment. It has appeal to all manner of man’s inhumanity to man... POWERFUL piece...I will surely revisit this thematic entry. LF
This was based on the poem by Paul Laurence Dunbar. One of my favorites.
Lovely concept. Very striking