What do you think of my face?
My face is definitely not worthy of artwork, but Sean Tiner disagrees. Adjacent is his interpretation of me, part of a larger collection called 100 Portraits: A Creative Journey. I suppose it reflects my oft-smiling face, masking different views and perpetual debate taking place inside my head. (Iâ€™m human, remember?)
“Andy Warhol opened society’s eyes with portrait art, but I desire to revolutionize portraiture for the new millennium…As you browse through the 100 portraits I created of people from various backgrounds, I hope you enjoy the unique perspectives and energy that I try to convey in each composition.”
Check out Seanâ€™s entire slideshow.