Composition Information: Acrylic on Canvas, 8″x10″

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1 thought on “Reflection 4

  1. Calin Dumitrescu says:

    This painting was interesting for me at first glance. Initially, it just looked like a line dividing the canvas in two, but after looking a little longer at it, I could see that the line or border dividing the two sides wasn’t completely even all the way down. In fact, it seems that some places were more homogenized than others. This could represent the ebbs and flows between different groups in society. Some may be more homogeneous about some issues when compared to others. Overall, it is a very nice piece!

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