Sylvie M.S.-Slipping through my finger-2018, signed
Technique: charcoal, white stone and acrylic
Signed by the artist with his certificate
Comment: This work is the first that made me want to start a series on the theme of the Codes of society. As the American Indians had to adopt the codes of the conquérents, they saw their freedom to escape them between the fingers. The subject is a lovely young girl that I know well. She is model of photographer, cheerful and windy hair in front of a goal as in life, and hostess at the same time,
Corsetry in a uniform, the smile of the sitting well and the frozen discretion.
The title was inspired by the song of Abba that I listened to when I was painting and which seemed to me about the moment of the final touch.
Reference Object #16937