The map overlay on the painting of the tower is an interesting choice that obstructs view of the tower and yet intrigues simultaneously. I find it to be an interesting juxtaposition, when comparing the appearance of the brush strokes as born of spontaneity; in opposition to the map as a signage marked by deliberate and premeditated action.
I have only one criticism in that I think the details of the map detract from the fine handiwork of the tower and its surroundings. I believe it would have greatly increased the aesthetic appeal of the painting overall if the map were either painted in a similar hue as the background and with less detail (enlarged / zoomed in).
I hope to see more artworks in this vein of style and composition.
We're fans of everything you do. Great sharing through your beloved craft, Nicolas. <3 K&K <3
P.S. Sorry we misspelled your name once before. Haven't been sleeping too much since we were admitted into HUKM. Au revoir!
This is really pretty, and cool.
wow, this is amazing!
In other words, it's quite the "Eiffel". PP