THOUGHTS ON PAINTING
The Act Without a Head Painting features a number of vibrant colors and long, purposeful brush strokes. In the center of the painting is its subject, which is a nude woman seen from only the neck down and the knees up. Her body is cast in natural skin tone colors with hints of the blue and purples that surround her in the background. Other colors included in this painting include orange, red, gray and tan. This painting is abstract in nature, with no distinct lifelike features to speak of except for the detailing found along her breast.