I like naming the painting what it exactly is. This painting is called "Woman Looking down". It is simple and precise. This kind of name, I feel, allows the observer to make their own conclusions.
Sometimes the artist names a painting and gives it all away and that can stop the observer from entering into their own artistic space or change the direction of where their mind was going. For example, would it not give a different impression of this painting if I named it: "Mothers Day", "Abuela", "Missing Her Family", or Ecuadorian Mona Lisa?
Yes, the artist can give the observer some guidance by different names but isn't it more interesting to go there on your own and decide for yourself.
If it were solely up to me I would never name a painting, but often it is a "required" empty box to fill. So please give yourself this little gift of going into the painting and decide from there. If you like you can give me your impressions of this painting or a name that you feel is better.
Remember, your face is the map of your life, what paths and signs do you want it to show. I prefer that mine shows a happy and well lived life.
A4 Canson multimedia paper, homemade gesso (thick), windsor and newton watercolor markers, Dr. Ph Martin Bombay ink (background), rotring ink with rotring technical pen