We designed the ghost set to be positioned vertically, a deviation from the usual horizontal series. As ghosts, they probably worked better that way, as it made sense, like they were floating. I’m always curious as to how other people have hung them up, though.
A triptych series of 8" x 10" canvases, positioned vertically, a unique deviation from other Rawry & Pohly works.
The use of negative space both above and below the brilliant petal pink of the tongue at the center creates a line of action that carries the vertical orientation of the triptych. The diminishing of embellishment towards the final piece, creates an effect of loss, of unbecoming.