Sunday, January 13, 2008

Drama Queen

This expresses the intensity of emotions that are displayed by all women in the span of their lives.

Often the theatrics we display can have a cathartic effect.

I think we should be proud of our performances. It illustrates the creative human beings that we are and will continue to be.

I used analogous colors so that no individual color distracts from the impact of the composition.

What drama have you created and what were you trying to accomplish with the theatrics?

1 comment:

Barbara J. said...

All of Melanie's paintings pluck the strings of my being, but as my life has been a soap opera of self design, Drama Queen resonates most familiarly. It rings with my 78 year old sense of freedom, flamboyancy, hugging without fear of being taken wrong.
I will take the essence of Drama Queen with me as I model clothes, sell my books and CD's and give the keynote speech, which is really a dramatic performance, at a benefit for Project C.U.R.E. to raise funds for sending more shipments of medical supplies and equipment to the most needy countries in the world, 111 so far.