Friday, June 03, 2022

Friday Face Off

This has been (and still is) a busy week.  Thus I have decided to share an older face painting for the Friday Face Off with DVArtist (aka Nicole).  

This face was painted years ago just for fun. It is not anyone in particular, although she certainly reminds me of someone. I just can't place the "someone."
This started out as a texture sheet for an abstract painting.
 I saw a suggestion of a face and just went with it. 

Be sure to visit DVArtist and check the linky list to visit the other 
Face Off participants. 


Until Next Time,  
Stay Creative 


Comments are welcomed. I will reply when possible. Of course if you are a "No Reply Blogger"- I can not reply. Links in comments will result in the entire comment being deleted.

11 comments:

kathyinozarks said...

Great piece Gene

DVArtist said...

OMGosh Gene, those eyes are intense. I love them. I love all the color too. Very well placed. I don't know who she looks like but I would like to know her. LOL Thanks for joining FFO
https://beadwright.blogspot.com/2022/06/friday-face-off-ffo.html

A Left-Handed Quilter said...

I remember her! DVArtist is right - those eyes are intense - ;))

Jeanna said...

Very nice, Gene. Another one to showcase in a gallery!

My name is Erika. said...

I love this face Gene. It came out amazing.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

What an absolutely remarkable face, Gene. I love the colors you chose. They made the face even more interesting.

Barbara said...

Pretty amazing, this face has life! The emotion is one of surprise for me — “you mean you chose ME to show the world”?! The real question is why did you wait so long?

Andrea @ From The Sol said...

Love your "Face" and chuckled when you said how you arrived at it. I am forever seeing faces in things and have, myself, turned a painting into a face or faces when it was never my original intent. I don't know if that is a blessing or a curse, but I have fun with it as do you :)

Andrea @ From the Sol

Serena Lewis said...

So cool that she originally started as a abstract until she made herself known to you. I love the shine on her lips! Nice work, Gene!

Rain said...

I'll try again Gene! I love your face and thanks again for joining in with TAD! (Ps. the prompts are optional!) - I think my first comment got eaten by the Blogger monster!

Fundy Blue said...

Hi, Gene! I'm visiting via a link on Rain's Thursday Art Date. The face you painted is intense and beautiful. I see you are a quilter and like jigsaw puzzles. There have been generations of quilters and rug hookers in my family. My family and I love to jigsaw puzzles; my husband not so much. My creative skills are in writing and photography, although I'm starting to do some art, thanks to Rain. Have a great week!