My Wife Dances In A Bear Trap Painting by Tommy Fiendish

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Painting: Acrylic, Spray Paint on Canvas.

Seventh painting in the Staircase series.

The fearless dancing girl steps lightly through danger in a scene of rural decay.

I paint because I have been moved by something. A view or vision that changed my physical state. It was a sense of beauty and foreboding that attracted me to this particular staircase when I was next to it. When I begin to paint, all I know is that I will paint the stairs. The characters and surreal additions present themselves throughout the process, allowing the subconscious mind to take over and adding them with out hesitation. There is a great deal of adding and subtracting paint to find the balance. Once I feel the balance is correct I can step back and piece together a narrative.


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My Wife Dances In A Bear Trap

Tommy Fiendish

United Kingdom

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Size: 35.4 W x 41.3 H x 2 in

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