There is this innate fear that comes with finally stepping into your calling, many artists and creative minds identify with a wanting to self sabotage, a feeling that we do not deserve our successes and that they may be just by luck or chance, in this painting the characters are called to be onlookers to witness the work to remind the writer, the painter, the photographer, etc That we are all deserving of every good thing occurring in our lives. We worked for it.
Acrylic/ Oil on Canvas
48 in x 60 in [4ft x 5ft]
About Diana Carla Rowe:
Diana Carla Rowe is a Queer Black Artist.
Born in Detroit, Michigan, and raised in Austin, Texas Rowe’s parent’s migration from Jamaica to New York City inspired her move to Brooklyn, New York . They currently work and develop paintings and illustration projects in their Bushwick studio. They have created installations and illustrations for Neiman Marcus, Revolt, Early Majority, Home Goods, Matriark , and Bergdorf Goodman. As well as a solo show during art Basel 2022. Their work can be described as surrealist automatism as well as mixed media abstractions. There is a repetitive nature that carries through their work representing the passing faces and emotions of those around them. Their work scales from 30 in x 30 in to 8ft x 4 ft.