48" X 36"
(c) 1981 David Lang
All Rights Reserved
This is a painting about new beginnings, about the birth of new life and how when new things come from the marriage of opposites they are unique and unexpected.
I was playing around with hidden figures (See Picture Jasper) and the male on the left, with the long hair, is me in my youth. Were I to do this painting today I would probably make the hair short since most people do not take the time to study the figures and see them as two females rather than one male and one female across the bridge.
There are obvious Freudian interpretations here too. Not something that I consciously did. I was just working with my internal movie.
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