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Harmony by Jerry Ralya

Harmony by Jerry Ralya

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Title: Harmony


Desc: Part of my Yoga Series, this drawing shows a forward bend. The model in this pose seemed to me to have the beauty and sublimity of sculpture. I tried to catch this. I used the darkest paper tone of any of my drawings, and a darker pastel shade than usual--yet this drawing positively glows with light when I walk past it in the studio. It is visible even in the dark!

The materials are paper (the lightest color you see) and a pastel stick. I also use my finger and an eraser.

Media: pastel

Size: 16 x 20

Genre: nude

Price Range: Important $501-$5,000

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

Price:Original $800.00


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