Susan Rothenberg: Disparate Images

Susan Rothenberg: Disparate Images

Susan Rothenburg writes about her new oil painting “White Raven”. She uses quick brush strokes and simple composition to depict a realistic raven but also to show the symbolism of movement and flow. The raven looks as if it were dancing and has the gracefulness of an acrobat but because it is a white raven as opposed to the traditional, and well known black raven it gives off an eerie mood with gracefulness.

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Susan Rothenberg: Disparate Images

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