This monochromatic work is a study in roundness and creating form. Viewers have commented on how they love the way the
light falls on this almost abstracted work of the female human body. A wonderfully tall and thin painting, this work of art can brighten up almost any room.
"Lisa" is painted on a gallery-wrapped canvas, meaning that the image is painted on the sides as well as on the front, and only
requires a frame if you want one.
The image at the left was taken during the exhibit Michelangelo or Bust! at a private home in Lakeway, Texas, on May 6, 2004.
(In the hallway are visible 2 other oil paintings, Sketch of Shane and Tiana.)
This image was taken by my sister Amber Babcock of her husband Alex during my art reception at
The Vineyard at Florence (Texas) on 18 November 2010.
Exhibit runs 17 November 2010 - 18 January 2011.
[Note: "Lisa" looks great above a mantel piece!]
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