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I'm not very familiar with this particular art form, but I do find it very interesting. I'm sure there are lot's of other FM members here who could be much more helpful with critique. The title of this piece is perplexing to me though... I just don't see or feel 'rage' from this work?
Hope I've helped.
Very interesting this style in painting, I like ...
The two things that draw my attention are the hair color, it matches the background so seems to be pushed into the background instead of being pulled forward - and the second thing is I can't make out what is being lifted in the left hand. I don't think this a problem, maybe I just need to spend more time looking at it (which I could easily).
And full props for using oil on cardboard.
Overall I think this is a beautiful and interesting piece, I've never seen oil on cardboard before, I might have to try it sometime hope I've helped
"When the power of love is greater than the love of power the world will know peace."-Hendrix
Based on what I see, I would title this work "Mother Nature's Struggle" because it speaks to me as nature fighting to replenish the earth of which man has taken. She looks desperate and frantic in putting life back into the environment - the brush strokes to me say quick and frantic to match that theme.
It is fluid, but if your theme is rage then the message is lost on me.
Keep on painting!
Nuture your muse!
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