- Charcoal on Grey Paper
- 25 x 9 inches
- Available, Framed with Museum Glass (non-glaire)
Enough ~ Original Charcoal Drawing of a Man's Hands
Enough, depicts a nude man putting his hands over his face. Tired. Thinking. Fed-up, perhaps. His figure emerges from the shadows in beautiful lighting. This original drawing composition made his debut in my first solo exhibition in Florence, Italy, titled: Luce dall'oscurità.
This drawing in charcoal [with touches of pastel] is another personal story-telling piece explaining how I felt about some nastiness towards me by a fellow artist. Ernesto was my model for many works during this time of healing for me. He was brilliant. He also posed for Entwined and Relinquish, and The Saint, among others.
I used a grey Italian-made paper. It was the mid-tone, so white pastel added to everything lighter than that gray, while charcoal and a wee bit of black pastel added where darker than the paper. Signed in red pastel. This work is framed in classic black with a white acid-free mat, and Museum Glass [a trademarked non-reflective glass].
He is ready to hang for the appreciating collector. Is that you?
Reproductions (PRINTS) in a variety of sizes are also available (with lower prices). Ask me about what you desire and I can upload it here for you.
Payment plans are accepted on all of my works, no finance charge. You set the date and the amount that you would like to pay each month. One-third of the price [regardless of when that balance is reached] becomes the non-refundable deposit. [However, in the event that you change your mind or situation, this deposit may be applied towards any other available Borsheim Artwork.] Please contact me if this original charcoal and pastel drawing interests you.
Thank you for your interest and your time.