A fight to the death. This battle seems pointless. That guy is going to lose, so why not just give up? Well I think life is so precious to him he's going to fight death with all his life.
Title: Death fight, Medium: Oils, Size: 400x505mm, Painted: 1993, Surface: Canvas.
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You may have a copy of the poem at the bottom of your image.
by Gail Wakeham.
The beast and I are
A battle to the death,
Iím using all my
But feel thereís nothing
From somewhere deep
I feel a power surge,
To fight with all my
And continue with the
A brutal confrontation
As we go head to head,
Hereís hoping Iím
And the beast will end up
Death fight sketches
From an idea to a scribble to a sketch to a painting, this shows you the process from start to finish of this image. Each idea or image gives me a little more in understanding many things about the creativity of art. As you can see the scribble say's as much if not more than the finished painting, because the scribble allows the viewer to imagine his/her own version of the idea.
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