Some things are put away to be preserved and to be taken out again "when the time comes", but somehow that time doesn't come and they are forgotten. If you stumble upon such a treasure, don't treat it lightly - think of what it must've meant to the person who put it there and why they thought it worthy to be kept.
I've been working on this one all week. It wouldn't have taken so long if I had had the time to keep at it. So on one hand, it was tough for me to keep going on something that kept showing me it wasn't finished "just yet" (I don't have much patience, you know), but on the other hand going back to it each day - and letting it sit there without staring at it for too long - has given me the oportunity to see many mistakes before they became real problems.
I watched that movie before I made this - his room fascinated me and at first I wanted to add a barber's chair, but that didn't work out the way I wanted it to so I did what you see now. I'm glad the resemblance comes through nonetheless!
yup, I have indeed - though I must admit it's not my fave movie of all time (I just don't like musicals and tbh I just watched it because of Tim Burton + Johnny Depp ) it definitely has a visual appeal to it that is inspiring
Very moving piece. I love the attic window with what appears to be cobwebs, the texture of the walls offset by the appearance of a stain in the corner over by the mirror, and then the reflection of the building in the mirror. Very very excellent work. BTW, I have had a 'Collection' of your work set aside from the random favorites almost since I first saw your work. I hope you don't mind.