Edward Cao, like many artists, often use women as muses for his paintings. However, he’s not one to be satisfied simply by capturing the likeness of the female face and form, so he creates fantastical images of ladies that are truly unlike anything his contemporaries have produced.
Viewers will quickly notice Edward Cao’s use of pastel colors, which sets the mood for his compositions. Audiences are lulled into a sense of euphoric relaxation, which, in turn, makes them want to examine Cao’s work in greater depth. Cao then intrigues viewers with provocatively executed depictions of haunting women using a myriad of motifs. Whether they’re wearing masks or have ludicrous mascara streaming down their faces, Cao’s ladies are sure to stun with their magnetic and enigmatic beauty.
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