Sascha is an oil painting on a loose canvas.
There are two heads visible. Both faces are of the same person—Sascha, a classmate at the Art Academy in 1995.
This painting was a study of the face from the side and the face looking down.
The face that is looking down I made softer of tone. This posture and softness make the depicted person look weak. Or submissive. But it could well be that the person is focusing on a chore.
And the face visible from the side is appearing as if in the front. It looks to the left in a counter position. The face is looking strong and confident.