Size: 30"W x 40"H x 0.75"D
Year Created: 2018
Ready to Hang
I named this piece "Overstimulation" because there is a lot going on in the painting. Parts of the painting are iridescent, making areas shine in various angles of light. I also named it this because as you look at the painting, your brain tries to find an object or shape to categorize it, but it struggles to. (I've had people tell me they see a bird, a face, etc. depending on how you look at it, but its never the same). If you rotate the painting, you'll notice that it almost looks like a completely different painting.
This painting is very much an extension of my character; colorful and random. I painted this with no idea of what was going to come out of it. I just went with the flow and let my mind guide me to its finish.
My name is Evan Rosenberg. I am actually a chemist by training, but have a passion for the arts. I started painting commissions for people, and then really began breaking out of my shell and experimenting. Recently, a lot of my work has been abstract, but I also enjoy portraits and am beginning to work on landscapes and cityscapes.