Run for Cover was her first offering and I like it. This is another landscape from my Midwestern photography collection. I love that flat horizon and the strength of the trees against (for me) a flat sky. The values are true to the original photo, but I took liberties with the palette.
Here it is in a cut down recycled frame that I bought for $1.50. Sometimes you get what you pay for... ha ha.. I may do a larger version on one of my deep cradle panels as I'm not wild about it framed, but as it was done on a flat panel - and, well you get the idea.
...from my new alter egos series... #008, 5 x 6 acrylic on panel, donated to Currahee Artists Guild Miniatures Fundraiser
Georg Baselitz (below) who often turned his subjects ass over tin cups (upside-down) - well - he turned the paintings upside-down that is. His influences range from classical art to art brut, and he has often depicted angst ridden characters and ghastly scenes - but my favorites are the primitive carved wooden busts and inverted heads.