Artist Agnes-Cecile just completed this moving painting using watercolor and oil on canvas. Called You are Not Wrong, she accompanied the beautifully dripping work with this ambiguous phrase: "circle - it isn't true, you are not wrong." The sad bear seems weary, resting his heavy head on the woman's arm.
Here's one interesting critique by ~NatalieNevermore:
"Your art style never seizes to amaze me. That being said immediately upon looking at your painting I notice its separation from your other work because you chose more muted neutral tones. This really emphasizes the polar bear(?)'s eyes and draws the viewer to the center of the painting. I think that the orange hair was another fantastic touch because the orange reflections used across the image really pull everything together id ed the top of the polar bear, the girl's abdomen. The posture of the girl really shows the sincerity or empathy to the bear and I think it makes the viewer wonder about why the bear needs the comforting. On the note every part of the polar bear seems to be resting except it's right arm which makes me curious if the bear was angry and the girl is calming it. The claws have a high level of contrast which is why my eyes are so drawn to it. I think your vision for this was great and you carried it out very well. I have always loved your technique and that's the reason I always come back to your work, you did a fantastic job agnes-cecile!"
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