What you leave out

Sometimes it’s what you leave out or in this case what I’ve taken out that makes the difference between a good painting and a bad one. This piece in it’s original iteration was rejected from a show. Now I don’t always believe a judge is correct in their estimation of a piece. Also sometimes a judge may just think you pieces doesn’t fit within the context of the rest of the pieces (for many possible reasons). However, in this particular case I decided to rethink and possibly rework the piece. I was happy with it originally, but I am also happy with it now and believe it is a bit better compositionally.

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