Many of my artworks go through the same process before ending up as the final artwork you get to see. They are actually several other paintings before the become the final artwork that is ready for sale.
Artwork 'Honesty' is no exception, it has been three other paintings at least before she became what she is now. And she got her name not because of that. But because of the transparency of the white lines on the upper layer. Transparency for me is a metaphor for honesty. No hidden agenda's.
The first layer is fierce red glossy paint, bought in a hardware store. I loved it because of its opacity. Then I decided to give it black lines, similar to 'Drone' and 'Field portrait'. Because I still felt it was missing something, I used the white Molotow Speedflow Ink for the last layer, knowing that white has always some transparency.
The painting adapts easily to every interior because of its shape and size.