The cold and stony tones of colour used to paint Thorpe's 'Full Moon', portray a sense of emotion that deals with isolation, something in which Thorpe himself felt when he was growing up. His characters never have distinctive facial features, and are always laced with milky whites and as the viewer; we want to know more about the struggles or thoughts these characters have.
This is a superb follow up to Thorpe's new collection, and keeps a tight grasp on connecting the emotional value of his work to the substance contained within the pictorial space.
|Dimensions||9.00 x 18.00 Inches|
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