Size: 10"W x 11"H x 1"D
Year Created: 2018
"A Fat Man Named Belinda" - I really have no idea why I completed this piece. I had sketched it out on my watercolor block and decided that it would be something different and fun to paint on as it strays a bit from my usual painting work. So I finished the piece reluctantly. It's a portrait of a portly young man and I decided to name him Belinda and I have no idea why. Sometimes we do things and we just have no idea why we did them or created them. This is one of those things. High pigment watercolour on Arches hot press paper measuring 10 x 12 unframed and with no bleed.
Enjoy ~ Paul
Artist and Oddball Paul Moschell has been producing his signature small and imaginative works on paper for well over a decade now. He also works with assemblage sculpture and has created two collections of elaborate assemblage hats/head pieces. Moschell continues to be represented by various galleries across the United States, Europe and Shanghai. He Also keeps a public studio in the Denver, Colorado. His paintings, hats, sculptures and tiny delicate hand painted matchbox portraits hang in hundreds of private collections around the world and his clientele range from the budding young art collector to well known celebrities.