People constantly comparing your work with other artists, trying to see who you look like. This is not unexpected, as we always search for patterns. This is fine, but do not see why they want me to participate in the conversation. No attempt made to copy any other artist work, if anything reject as much more likely. With this in mind, forgeries seems to be the next logical step. There would be no confusion about who were the influence.
At this point, I’ve only done three interpretations rather than forgery, not having the technical ability or patience to actually do one. The first one is the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, who apparently reinterpretations this as well. The second one was Vincent van Gogh titled La Berceuse (Woman Rocking a Cradle) the composition stolen and tried to maintain the style as well. Much like with the Mona Lisa. Finally, the last one was Canadian, Tom Thomson, The Jack Pine.
Not having a formal art education, did appreciate the act of trying to copy. Looking at it for such a long period of time, you begin to see patterns and techniques. Will do new ones in the future.
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