The Third Voice (Self-Portrait) Painting by Roland Rockwood

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Painting: Acrylic, Manipulated, Found Objects on Stainless Steel, Wood.

I have always been an Artist who truly uses both sides of the brain. The left side of the painting represents the concrete thought patterns with a found object (torched tractor part from Montgomery Ward). Below that a Robot head representing all the things we are told by our parents, teachers, mentors, elders alike. While the right side represents the fluidity of creativity in yellow. The painting depicts a person/face in the center below the rainbow with having a third intervention from above painted in blue. This intervention represents the divine nature of TRUTH.

acrylic, oil and aluminum on wood panel with frame


The Third Voice (Self-Portrait)

Roland Rockwood

United States


Size: 24 W x 32 H x 3 in

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