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The_Two_Gayles by HeatherHorton The_Two_Gayles by HeatherHorton
The Two Gayles
2007
Oil On Canvas
30"x24"


This is the first of my "Double" series....I want to explore identity, the notion of doubles, doppelgangers, twins, or other facets of our personalities that could be represented like this on canvas.
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William-Carroll Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2010
wonderful
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HeatherHorton Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank-you!
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dragonflower Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2009
Wonderful concept and amazingly natural palette choice :)
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sophitschku Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2008  Student Traditional Artist
her expression is awesome. I feel like I know what she thinks and feels in the moment... great job!
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Silank Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2008
She is so tired! I like your pictures telling us about everyday life, they are familiar but impressive!
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dead-poetess-society Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2008
L-O-V-E this concept! And SO well-executed! Love your style.
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Isilme-Alexandra Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2008
very realistic!
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eye-of-fatima Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2008
fascinating concept! wonderful way of executing it. :)
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froyohocho Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2008
hi! I really like this painting! I'm into drawing/painting people realistically...just a question though, do you work from any type of reference photos? I'm trying to do realistic art without looking at photos because my teachers always tell me it's technically plagiarism if it's not my own photos (I can only find good pics in magazines) : ( I guess I'm not creative or something because it's really hard for me to paint/draw people out there without looking at them or having a photo...do you have any tips?
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MollysArtCorner Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Using photos is a great way to learn and get used to drawing people, it helps you to see how everything fits and proportions etc. After a while you'll start finding it easier and easier to draw people from your mind because you'll know how they should look. It will be like looking at a photo inside your head.
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