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Relativity: Surreal Paintings by Alex Hall

Published May 9, 2013

Relativity is a thought-provoking series of paintings by Nashville-based artist Alex Hall.

“My new series ‘Relativity’ depicts individuals floating in time and space. I chose to paint the figures with no distinct faces so they would relate to every man and every woman. This particular series is a very honest representation of where I am currently in my own life. Having recently graduated college and being thrown off my feet into the real world, I was extremely overwhelmed. I still was not sure what path to take or which way to go in life. I began to realize that most people are familiar with this feeling of uncertainty. With that idea, I sought out to create a series that was a visual representation of an emotion that has been universally felt by all people: A sense of uncertainty, and ultimately struggling to achieve a balance in life.”

– Alex Hall

via Colossal Alex Hall’s website

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