The Patrick Fatica Paintings are Dark and Doe-Eyed

By: Marriska Fernandes - Published: • References: patrickfatica & sweet-station
The Patrick Fatica paintings are dark and creatively canvassed artwork. The paintings are done on hardboard with thin oil paints. The artist mainly portrays women with dark doe eyes with a soft touch of forestry for the background.

The Baltimore examiner has even referred to his work as "a sublime blend of Tim Burton and Botticelli." The blood-smeared girls actually run a chill down my spine. It is an interesting twist from the regular, glamorous artworks seen so often nowadays.

Looks like these photos are just in time for Halloween. Patrick feels that, over the course of so many years, his choice of colors has gone from vibrant to more "subdued and subtle representation." The Patrick Fatica paintings are definitely a reminder of Tim Burton's movies. Horror movie fans and art lovers will enjoy this gallery. Stats for Eerie Eyeless Artworks Trending: Older & Warm
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