Great eye opener of what our world has if we do not care to look. May we be compelled to do more than just walk by.Love your piece Edward
It makes a very compelling contrast. The figure in the back is quite haunting, and keeps pulling me in. You've really delineated their separate existences in a shared world. Well done.
A wonderful painting and subject, Edward. Great title too...to help us be more aware and compassionate.
Comming from Santa Monica, we do care.We are giving shelter and 3 meals a day.If they are clean. No drugs.Hate to think that the lucky ones, dont care.What a strong piece.Your point is very clear.
Very compelling indeed, Edward...it's wonderful!
I agree Edward, you have made a statement that makes each of us stop and think. Very, very nice.
The contrast is clear, what a touching piece. Nobody notices that guy in the background, but he is there, they are worlds apart!Great piece!
This is a very strong piece Ed, with the muted colours of the figure in the back underlining the fact that he is perceived as being not as important in our society.
Your style here reminds me a little of one of my favorite children's book illustrators - Chris Van Allsburgh. Nice work, Edward.
Ed, the quality of your artwork is outstanding as usual, but your adaptation of Adebanji's theme is right on target. Through some quirk of fate, or set of circumstances, a portion of our society has been relegated to outcast and homeless status. They, too, have their story...and usually a sad one. Those that consider themselves fortunate, too often turn a deaf ear and a blind sight to the plight. Your artwork serves well to illustrate this.