I love how this is not too detailed, and how there's a 'dreamy' feel to it. And the textured brush adds some life to this. Also, the feeling... looking at this leaves me feel little sad, for some reason. Is it because of her expression? I don't know.
Usually I fav at most one work per artist I like. With your works it took me really some time to choose which one I should fave. Finally I decided that it would be this one because I like the feeling that this little story could happen to anyone; crossing views with someone in a street just for one moment. I also like how the picture is divided in 3 parts were one is larger than the other. But when I saw this picture the first time I felt kind of gloomy by looking at the most right part. I couldn't find a reason why it does have to look so shadily. At least I came up with the astounding solution that the focus of the picture is not the part where the girl is the nearest but where she is actually looking at the viewer. I really love this idea. Thanks for sharing your inspiring works which can tell a story in just one picture.
That description was perfect. It suddenly added a depth to the picture that I didn't even notice at first (I just thought she was pretty).
I get that sometimes. You just meet eyes with a random stranger and you feel a connection. Distant, but it's there. You never see them again but in that moment, you somehow feel like you're never really alone and you're surrounded by billions of people who COULD be there for you. It's silly.
No, that optimistic idea was actually my intention. I'm thrilled that it translated that way to you. Though my description does have a negative sounding connotation, so I suppose it open for interpretation.