The grumpy old thespian slowly transformed into a zombie-like actor as I added more layers of Conte and graphite… The zombie feel came to me as I drew the eyes almost completely rolled up in their sockets and then the white cake makeup transformed it into something even more frightening than a zombie thespian. Well, actually the transformation occurred as I was contemplating the possible alternate meanings of the expression “putting on my face”. What if this was an ill-fitting skin mask, carefully removed from an old thespian and gently worn by this new possessor? The three dots before the title suddenly became essential to add a thoughtful nonchalance on the calm response to the shocked question: “what the hell are you doing?!?”

Dimension: 9″ (23cm) x 12″ (30cm)

Prints & more available at Arts MPerron @ https://1-mario-perron.pixels.com

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