As I painted Asia's Child II I thought about standing in front of a tree of this size with blooms growing places they shouldn't grow, daring to show their face even if they didn't fit as the rest of the world would have them fit.
The women I paint are usually faceless, lean and standing tall, hair down her back and face to the sun. The significance is that she appears to be beautiful as the world sees beauty. Since you never see her face she does not share with you the depth of her soul through her eyes. Appearances are for the common man but true sharing of self is for a chosen few.
Art by F. Magdalene
Title: Asia's Child II