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Shame Painting - Shame by Melinda Dare Benfield

Shame is a painting by Melinda Dare Benfield which was uploaded on August 20th, 2014.

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YEAH! I see FAA has changed it's mind and allowed you to feature work in the Figurative Nude Art group again. Thank you so much for featuring this piece.

Thank you for inclusion in the Figurative Nude Art group. I'm sorry to here that FAA won't allow you to feature work.

Thank you so much Bartjan.

beautiful work Belinda !!! f/l

Thank you Vanja for the wonderful insights. I really like this series myself. Fingers crossed that it won't be long before I'm in a position to explore this technique some more.

Very strong artwork! Love this sepia colors used for shame. Looks like she is prisoned by her shame. Love the abstract, untold of this painting...l/f

Bravo Melinda! Your artwork is featured in Women Who Run With the Wolves.

Thank you Amy for the feature in the Mental Health Awareness group.

Thank you Tanya for the feature in the Abstract Moods group. Thank you Tim for your thoughtful comment. I am quite partial to this series of drawings myself. I just need to find a place where I can fling paint with abandon again so I re-visit this concept again.

The message is so powerful, speaking with the mono-tone color. Great work Melinda. L/V

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