Marcella And The Pelican

Acrylic on Canvas


Artist: M. Solorzano

Marcella And The Pelican

  • Influenced by Picasso’s period of cubism, and surrealism and De Kooning’s abstract expressionism,  M. Solorzano paints biomorphic shapes. She is great at ambiguously blending figure and ground in her pictures while dismembering, re-assembling and distorting her figures in the process.

  • Marcella And The Pelican.  

    The artist paints a nude woman bathing herself in a pond with a Pelican.  Both with long necks and mystirious eyes.  The Woman has  corset-like strings on her back, almost implying that it is keeping her together.  The chokers she features on her neck are a sign of sexuality or sensuality of womanhood with a touch of "flirt".  

    “Marcella and the Pelican” this is a truly gorgeous piece by @m.solorzanoart Looking at it, it reminds us of the Garden Od Eden. The word possibly meaning “pleasure” or “fruit well watered”. There’s something delightful about this piece, where it appears that the woman is washing her hair amongst flowers, and sky, and colorful birds keeping her company.

    The big mystirious eyes is something that can be seen in many of the artist's other works.  

    A woman with nature is also something that is often seen in many of the artist's other works.


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