Fixed and dilated ….

More of my foray into government intrusion (spying) into our lives….or a healthy dose of paranoia?  Is there such a thing as a healthy dose of anything?  Ah, yes…humor!

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All the parts…

I like to look at paintings up close….so, I thought, dear viewers, you might like to see what my camera work leaves out – – I added several detail photos here.  As you can see, a close up view reveals (that what might appear to be an over-aggressive brush when you view this piece as a whole)  0’s and 1’s  are dissolving from view…or that’s what it’s supposed to be anyway.  There are those that hypothesize  we do not live in a base reality, that the universe is merely a hologram – a projection of reality.  Well,

hummm.

still life with whine

And, you thought I’d finally given up painting?  Well, it has been a while since I’ve done anything worth sharing.   This is what is on the easel at the moment, a nice piece featuring a glass of spilled wine – – spillage without breaking the glass!  It’s a miracle!  A glass saved…although, saved or not, I can’t help but wonder if that bow had anything to do with it.  It’s a work in progress – needing much more paint!  Oil on cheap canvas,

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work in progress, oil on cheap canvas, 36″ x 36″

36 ” square.

Chicanery Continued

The Christmas Card Project is drawing to a close. If you’re unfamiliar, a couple of weeks ago I got the brilliant idea of sending hand painted oil on canvas greeting cards to my friends during the holidays. I’ve completed 15 and I may try to complete three more….I might be running out of ideas for greetings that are even loosely recognizable as being Christmas greetings, but I shall press on!

 

Remember when I didn’t finish this?

I sat this piece aside for a few days, added the reflections of those eyes in the shiny black tile floor and then never photographed it!  Ha!

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Adaptation: 404 Page Not Found, 2017, oil on canvas, 36″ x 36″

I just dove into my next piece and didn’t go back – – – until today.  Adaptation, it’s such a lovely piece once you get used to the idea of it!