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Catharsis 3 by rannveigfunderud Catharsis 3 by rannveigfunderud
Acrylic paint on raw canvas, 170x130cm. Exhibited at Gallery Brenneriet, Oslo in the exhibition Catharsis with Melanie Hongve.
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bear48 Dec 6, 2012  Professional
richly expressive
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rannveigfunderud Dec 7, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you! I'm so used to working with black and white, so when I first start to use color I use everything. When you see catharsis 1 and 2, you see that I discovered psychedelic trance music! Catharsis 1 is mostly painted with death metal and such, and the second one is painted with both metal and trance. Number 3 is full on psychedelic trance :D
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bear48 Dec 7, 2012  Professional
interesting

Thank you for the info
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:iconleosm:
amazing work! :wow: :clap:
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rannveigfunderud Dec 1, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Much appreciated! These are quite big paintings, and I think its soon time to make some more.
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:iconleosm:
my pleasure
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Igotsomepopsickles Nov 29, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Nice work :)
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SalviaDroid Nov 28, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Very good! I like the background on this one the best I think. The intestines in this are so detailed they look real, but from a different type of organism its weird. There was a music video from the band Tool called "Schism," in which the person looked sort of like this! Super creepy but way cool. Do these drawings have any particular suggestive meaning your trying to display, or is it just open to interpretation?
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rannveigfunderud Nov 28, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks! Yes, this one is simpler, but also more. Looking back at it I kinda get a Francis Bacon feeling, at least on the background. Yes, I am familiar with Tool. She who I was painting with this period is a religious fan. Thank you. And they are very big paintings, and very physical to make. They're very personal, and I want the viewer to look and see their own thing. I cant remember the title, so I guess it wasnt important at all.
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Hi! I'm back on my old account :dance: I featured this fantastic work in my journal [link]
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