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Woodstock by Jerry Ralya

Woodstock by Jerry Ralya

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Title: Woodstock

Desc: This is typical of my work--large and small--in that parts of the study are left to the viewer's imagination (here, much of the face). I think the mystery to it may be why it is popular. I have shown it at my studio and at a few exhibitions, and I see people lingering by it. It even got good reviews by an art critic!

Woodstock is done with a pastel stick, my finger, and an eraser. The light color is the paper. This is one of the largest drawings I've done.

Media: pastel

Size: 24 x 40

Genre: nude

Price Range: Important $501-$5,000

In calendar: Yes
Provenance (calendar wins & curators).

Price:Original $1,200.00

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