2d representational

 

A Bird in the Hand  (acrylic and sand on canvas)
A Bird in the Hand
(acrylic and sand on canvas)
Little Bird, © Belinda Broughton, acrylic on canvas,110 x 170 cm
Little Bird, © Belinda Broughton, acrylic on canvas,110 x 170 cm
Self Portrait Dissolving, Acrylic and Kaolin on canvas, © Belinda Broughton
Self Portrait Dissolving, Acrylic and Kaolin on canvas, © Belinda Broughton 
Self Portrait with Hand in Lap, acrylic and kaolin on canvas
Self Portrait with Hand in Lap, acrylic and kaolin on canvas

 

self-portrait-with-thoughts (ink,paper, and wax on canvas)
self-portrait-with-thoughts (ink,paper, and wax on canvas)
standing woman with yoni symbol (ink on paper)
standing woman with yoni symbol (ink on paper)
the person with a flower for a brain says. 'we are enough'  Belinda Broughton acrylic on canvas
the person with a flower for a brain says. ‘we are enough’
Belinda Broughton
acrylic on canvas
Self Portrait with Goat's Head, acrylic and pigment on paper, © Belinda Broughton
Self Portrait with Goat’s Head, acrylic and pigment on paper, © Belinda Broughton
A Slip of the Tongue (Chinese ink on paper) Belinda Broughton
A Slip of the Tongue
(Chinese ink on paper) Belinda Broughton

 

Self and Shadow-Self, pigment, charcoal and acrylic on canvas, © Belinda Broughton
Self and Shadow-Self, pigment, charcoal and acrylic on canvas, © Belinda Broughton
Lactating  Bitch, charcoal on paper, © Belinda Broughton
Lactating Bitch, charcoal on paper, © Belinda Broughton

7 thoughts on “2d representational

  1. Really the paintings are strongly emotional, in shades and strokes and lines. I really very much like that they are in black and white, but also their mysterious side, each picture. Stunning work.

  2. I really enjoyed Self and Shadow, Self-Portrait with Thoughts, Self-Portrait with Hand in Lap. The piece incorporating the words (thoughts) was particularly well-done. It is so very hard for some to use language within a piece.

    1. thanks Ted, I love language! but you’re right, it is not easy to use. I have been both a poet and an artist for many years and could count on one hand the pieces that I think come close.

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