Its difficult to get the scale of a painting just showing the image on a webpage. So I peeled some of the tinfoil off the windows to let some light in. Thats a really huge coffee cup on the thingy there with some tea in it.
I took a quick snapshot of Canada, and stuck the tinfoil back down. Its cold here.
‘Misery’, 9″ X 12″, acrylic on canvas, 2011.
One of the first sketches for a large canvas continuing the theme of ‘Greed, Hunger and Misery’ that I have been working on since 1993.
‘Hunger III’, 36″ X 60″, oil on canvas.
‘Dispute’ 32″ X 48″, oil on panel.
‘Pelvic Tumor’, 9″ X 12″, pencil on paper.
The pelvic bone of a soldier that had survived a cannonball to the chest at Fort William Henry.
‘Cranial Surgery’, 5″ X 7″, pen and ink.
‘Cranial Surgery’, 9″ X 12″, pen and ink.
Apparently a javelin went into his skull and was extracted by scraping around the wound with an obsidian blade. This fellow survived the javelin and the surgery as the bone had healed.
‘Mountain’, 21″ X 30″, watercolour.
‘Morning Glories’, 11″ X 14″, watercolour.
I am sorry if you have seen this repeatedly on this page. But I feel compelled to continue posting these images as it keeps happening, continues to happen. I can’t paint them anymore but I can carve them in stone. And I hope to eventually make a bronze casting to use as a pedestal for a beautiful oval crystal dining table with silver Hungry cutlery and china plates with a Hungry pattern, and serve bread and water.
‘Hunger II’, 36″ X 60″, oil on canvas, 1993.
‘Hungry’, 1.25″ X 2.25″ X .3″, soapstone, 2011.
‘Hungry’, 1.25″ X 2.2″ X 0.3″, soapstone, 2012.
‘Cavewall: Hunters’, 10″ X 24″, gypsum and acrylic on pressboard.