This painting was “instigated” by Elvis Presley singing Carl Perkins upbeat, joyous song, “Blue Suede Shoes.” You can hear the music too — just click below.
(12″ x 18″)
From Avron Soyer:
“This is abstract, yet the wave is there. It is Wave set free.
The colors are assertive. The mood is joyous, flow and dance. It is abstraction in harmony with nature: nonobjective painting, when good, includes emotional structure and sensibility.
It is gestural without monotonous “yelling”: Charlotte is a strong singer who can modulate her voice. The left side of the painting is soft and curved and the right side sharp and very direct.
The art embodies and articulates the person; you get a sense of the person from the art.”