The Other Woman
Inspired by George Barbier
11 x 14 Oil Painting on Canvas
Painting with The Masters
Art within Art Series
Does she see herself as a different woman?
Is she seeing what she wants to be, or is he seeing what he wants her to be?
How does he see her?
George Barbier is one of my favorite Art Deco artists. He always has
a great story to tell with his paintings. However, from my impression
of his work I created this neat theme of "The Other Woman.
How do you see yourself when you look in a mirror? Do you ever
visualize yourself in a different way? Do you think you see yourself
as you really are. How do you think others see you? How about him...
how does he see you? What about our lady here...who is she looking at?
Loved doing this paintings with all of the fine little details and
the very contrasting colors in the style of Barbier.
It is common, and commendable, to be curious about how others see you in general, or in specific situations. The more insight you have in this area, the less time you are apt to lie awake at night, wondering. And even when you may have acted differently in a specific situation, upon review, this insight generally provides the best answer for moving forward.
It is quite possible to see yourself exactly as other people see you; however, this takes courage, and the development of some insight. So, if you dare, have a peek in the mirror...