Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Dylan


"He was at one. He became identical with his breath. Dylan had become a column of air where his total physical and mental focus was this single breath coming out of his body. He had found a way in public to be almost like a shaman, with all of his intelligence and consciousness focussed on his breath." -Allen Ginsberg

11 comments:

Annika said...

I love it Leslie, great likeness & energy.

Jasmin Mora said...

Oh man Leslie. William told me about this one. I ABSOLUTELY LOOOVE IT. Dude, you really got me with this one. I love Bob so much and this piece shows you've got some serious love and appreciate for his art as well. It really stands strong. Its easy for Bob Dylan portraits to kind of look the same but this one is definitely out of that category. keep it up :]

gumkid said...

oh shit!

Jeff Love said...

This is great! I like that you went with the older Dylan, too many people do young portraits of him, ignoring that he's as good now as he was then.

Drifting Along said...

Uau!

Bombproof said...

SICK! definitely one of my favorite pieces of yours, bring it back to the studio so I can look at the original some more and then steal it, I mean... buy it

Guy Parkhomenko said...

really love this one. great energy.

Duncan Barton said...

Leslie, this kicks ass! Hope all is well.

caity said...

beautiful! in the likeness and energy, this is a great portrait

M said...

the rough strokes, the mood - such great things about this.

Leslie Herman said...

Thanks for all the love everybody.

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