A cerulean blue and pink combo sets the tone for Unspoken, with sporadic yellows, greens, teals, and oranges throughout. Beneath these playful oil pastel expressions is a casual grid of small round penciled shapes. A white archival paper makes a crisp dichotomy for this abstract drawing, which is based on Hal Broyles’ childhood memories of the streets and alleyways in his small hometown.
oil pastel and pencil on paper, finished in archival fixative / unframed
18 x 18 inches