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Acrylic on canvas 36x48" created in 2005.
Review by Craig Starr: Wow! Google translated this to "the Desolate". I don't know if that is the artist's intention, but one can extrapolate the emotion and intensity of the work, into the Desolate Souls. Souls locked in purgatory who are trapped between heaven and hell until they have served their sentences for their sins on earth. The Master Wayne Salvatore, playing canvas God - as an artist can, has placed them in the twilight that is the way point for the departed (according to certain faiths). One can feel the emotions of consternation and disappointment at not receiving the instant release straight into heaven. This may not be Wayne's thoughts, but regardless, the mastery of the principled hand eye coordination and instant decision making of Mr. Salvatore cannot be denied. To cut a brush stroke at just the right millisecond is not common. Rather far from it. Very rare in fact. What the casual observer does not see is the decision making process of the artist. It can all fall apart or become mud. The right placement of color, line and form is everything for the artist. Precision is not the sole possession of the naturalist. It is just as important to the decision making of an artist who deals in contemporary non representational work. I do hope we get a larger version loaded onto the Bistro someday. I would love to see this enlarged. Thank you for sharing Mr. Salvatore.
July 31st, 2010
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