Still Life

I also believe that all life is very tenacious, holding stubbornly, and more cohesive than some may believe. This picture of devastation is named "Still Life" because of that.

A couple of years ago I entered this in a show at a museum. Putting all the correct information, "Title: STILL LIFE, Category: Miscellaneous". The painting was accepted and, on visiting the show, found my painting in the Still Life Category listed as untitled. Tell me what you think, this one has me stumped.

I have been tenaciously trying to get good photos of these paintings and some are just being too stubborn. Without a good photo, an expressionistic painting especially, is very hard to figure out. "Still Life's" detail represents just about two inches of a rather detailed canvas.

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