Picasso, Acrylic on canvas 36 x 40 2013
“Picasso is the true general of painting and gave us an early view of how the world was changing.”–G
His appearance is no different from that of a common person, a face one might easily find on an old farmer, wizened, lean and wise. Picasso, whose mind is full of phantoms and images of curls, curves, indeterminable motion, and with the unsurpassable ability to sprawl these ideas out onto canvas. He gazes off towards the sky with a pondering look, thinking about what he will create next. Giovanni takes Picasso’s cubism technique and reinvents it into a new sense of dislodged perception.
Mix Media, Print