This painting was born slowly, made partly in acrylic, and partly digital. It took me almost 2 years, with big breaks in between.
It is my own interpretation of an sculpture that I once saw, where a character (I think Buddha, though I could not be sure) appeared under his own skin.
Esta pintura nació de forma lenta, hecha en parte en acrílico, y en parte digital. Me llevó casi 2 años, con grandes pausas entre medio.
Es mi interpretación de una escultura que vi alguna vez, en donde un personaje (creo que Buda, aunque no podría asegurarlo) se abría paso debajo su propia piel.
“The root word of “core” is the latin world “cor” wich means heart. The heart is the center of all the pasion, the creativity, all the love and the answers.“
Noe Cor is a multidisciplinary artist known mainly for her mural work.
Her delicate work often focus on the figure and the concept of the femenine.
From Uruguay, currently living and travelling through France.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.