|Aren't You Coming? by April M Rimpo|
Aren't You Coming?
Fluid Acrylic on Paper
20" X 16" varnished, gallery wrapped
Available through Xanadu Online Studios
While watching this boy my thoughts immediately went to my son and the independence boys test earlier than most little girls, at least the ones I have known. I believe I was pretty "clingy" at this age, my independence coming later. Even when 10 or 11 I stayed with my mother when we went to the mall to shop. It wasn't until my late teens when I bravely boarded a plane and flew across the country to go to college, with no concern that I would be on the west coast while my family lived on the east coast. We do grow and evolve at our own pace.
In this "Tastestry at the Mall" painting, I retained the color scheme and some of the elements common to many of the paintings: the striped awning, patterns in the background under the awning, and the rails in the center of the mall where you can look down at a lower level. To emphasize how young this boy is I included in the background images of toy blocks along with squiggles intended to appear like a child's drawing with crayons.
Other paintings in the "Tapestry at the Mall" Series:
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