Kathryn Polk's daily posts as a practicing artist.
I would definitely keep the print in the orientation you posted. There's both balance and tension with her foot anchored to the checkered floor, as she spans the distance between the other 'walls', and a wonderful surreal quality seeing the stump and chair jutting off the walls. Also, the halo wouldn't seem right if the print was turned. I love the muted colors with the accents of red. This is a fantastic print!(..and would love to own a copy.)
Melody, Thank you so much, I agree with your recommendation. Sometimes I feel like I'm working in a vacuum and it really helps to get perspective.
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