T.G.I.F.: It’s been a long week

art, painting, woman,tired,exhausted, fatigue, Giorgos Rorris

 


Painting by Giorgos Rorris from Journal Of a Nobody.  Giorgos Rorris was born at Kosmas, Arcadia Kinourias, Greece in 1963. In 2001 he was honoured by the Academy of Athens with the prize for “Young Painter less than 40 years of age”. In 2006 he was honoured by the “Alexandros S. Onassis” Foundation for his artistic work. His paintings form part of public and private collections. See more of his work here.


Comments

  1. this work is amazing…. it’s raw emotion reaches out and touches the depths of my soul! I feel like i’ve been there but not quite as much as she has!

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  2. Her fatigue is palpable…

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  3. His paintings show the darkest side of humans.

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  4. Reblogged this on Writing Out Loud and commented:
    What a capture of exhaustion!

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  5. vanyieck says:

    I admire people who can capture such powerful imagery with paint and canvas.

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  6. profound – almost been there

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  7. Notice the wedding band on the table. Maybe her husband left. I see exhaustion mixed with a bit of relief.

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  8. I know how she feels.

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  9. I’ve been in that chair – I feel it!

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  10. Yes, what viewpacific said…in fact I’m in it right now.

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  11. my daughters have reminded me, that when i would come home after a long day of advertising. i would just sit on the couch, throw everything down and say, ‘just give me 10 minutes.’ i would then just sit silently and stare at the wall and breathe.

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  12. Beautiful painting… The shading so vividly expresses the mood of the subject…. Nice! 🙂

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  13. Excellent painting, very real to life. I feel sorry for her, she looks like a tired, worn out housewife, who could do with a shoulder to cry on and a good holiday! 🙂

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