In this painting Bahadori has introduced a perspective grid and an arch to compliment the organic marks and to add a sur-real depth to the abstract—here his focus has been on "push and pull" inspired by Hans Hoffman. By adding the texture and grunge as well as the third dimension, he has managed to push the "push and pull" effect beyond what is created by the colors. He is still relying on his intentional imperfections to trigger the viewers imagination. The "super hero" figure's direction of ascending creates an odd conflict with the perspective evoking further curosity for the viewer.
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