Portrait of the Self


Portrait of the Self – Tullio – 2015
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4 responses to “Portrait of the Self

  1. Matthew Craig

    This picture is eye catching! It almost feels like the Spirt of a person standing right in front of you. It’s amazing to see these colors blend to almost make a thermal image of someones Ora. You can almost see a presence of someone praying as well, if you look at the image that way . This image really speaks to me spiritually, it is really touching to have an image spiritually speak to you.

  2. Kevin Mendoza

    This is a really cool piece, it brought a smile to my face when i saw it and then saw the name, its really interesting seeing how different people interpret the word “portrait”, because every person sees everything different and seeing this is a great example of that. This piece is just cool.

  3. Cody Hudzik

    This piece is great. It reminds me of infrared heating. I also really enjoy how the forced perspective puts the head at the top with warm colors and contrasts the rest of the body.

  4. Patricia

    When I first laid eyes on this picture it reminded me of a saint-Jesus Christ. It floats as he does above in the clouds looking down upon us humans. The world is full of darkness and only Jesus is the one who can bring light into our world. When I mean world I don’t mean the whole earth, I mean the world in our own mind. It gives a feeling of goodness within so much darkness with its vibrant colors. That even in so much darkness, one can still find peace with in the son of God. His light shines bright and fills ones thought with warms and a positives outlook.

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