This work, like most of the images from this artist, isn't taken in exactly the same by all viewers. Such is stated in no way, shape or form as disrespect nor disregard for the artist's work. It is, honestly, a compliment to the grandest degree for aditya777. This takes the viewer to see where the image is allowed to take them. Though, the primary basis is the apparent plantlife. Yet, it coyly doesn't have plant basis. It houses lower limbs resembling legs, and an upper half resembling southern or tropical trees. The combination blurs the line of simple understanding. Such a blur, truthfully, is a mark of brilliance. Brilliantly, the cloudy cluster amongst the middle of this questionable figure offers the appropriate seperation between the two halves(upper & lower) that you look at to base your understanding of the picture towards something in your own reality. Though, in the basis of reality, some plants semi-split themselves and fully reconnect. As well as other plants conjoiningly combines together with another plant to make one cohesive living organism. Even with the fact that the actual "connection" portion is covered up by the aforementioned cloudy covering. So, it opens the door as to if the plants actually are even connected or merely "crossing" one another. Since, of course, the plant[s] seperate out of the covering, too. Whether it is one of those such plant types or not is up to your personal beholding of this structure. With the easily visible brush strokes upon canvas actually adding more subtle mystic appeal to the whole thing. The wisps of wind throughout the picture enhances said mystic allure of the image. Be it a plant, a combination of plants, a person/being elaborately disguised as a plant or one of your own interpretations, this picture is worth a thousand words every time you glance/look towards it. Cheers for the creation of this, aditya777.
I'm definitely seeing a chaotic Marilyn Monroe here. While Marilyn seems more at peace in the classic "Dress Upward Breeze" photo, this figure seems to be more uneasy about it. I'm sensing more of a "pain" feel. I hiding/ protecting.
i think that you sould define the face more i could bairly tell that it was suposed to be humanistic from afar it looks like a tree with clowds around the middle if that's the look you are going fore than awesome. (sorry a bout the spelling)
It looks like its been done using oil paint! Awesome!
I love the idea of the painting, and how it looks like a woman holding her dress down. Its a different take on people and beauty, and I like it. Its a little more abstract and not so finite and definite. Love the colours and the textures, they flow really well, especially the hair.
One thing that I would have loved would be a bit more colour, particularly in the skirt (nothing too drastic ofcourse) But that's all a personal preference.
wow, recently you´re venturing deeper and deeper into expressionist/impressionist painting style with every pic!
i´m amazed how you make your pictures look like actual oil paintings, this one especially. the muddy colors are somewhat unusual for you, but they work well. it took me a moment to see there´s actually a motive, which is a nice surprise aswell! also the rough green skin and tousled hair makes her look a lot like a wild rose bush...
very interesting work, good to see you experimenting!