Finally, the triptychon above our sofa is complete. What started with Myself, at the Sound Barrier and an early attempt on Dagmar in Mosaic has finally reached its conclusion as the third and final piece, Don Giovanni Goes Garfield, joins us.
I looked long and hard and must admit that, the longer I look at it, the more flaws I find. Subtle details noticeable only to the trained expert eye, but it is true that Don Giovanni doesn’t look like Garfield at all, he doesn’t hang his tongue out, and he ain’t orange to begin with.
I hope you like it nevertheless:
Don Giovanni Goes Garfield. Oil on canvas, 16 x 20", medium: linseed oil. June 2006
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