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Acrylic on board – 12×24 inches
(1154×1200) Did I ever mention that most of my inspiration comes from books? Well, If I did I apologize for my redundancies.
(1200×914) The figures have become distinct and now I’m wondering what is behind my decision to ‘see’ them in the first place. Could it be world events, such as the current North Korean situation or is it something even more … Continue reading
The Black angels are a psychedelic band from Austin, Texas, and I like them because they remind me of the music I loved during the late 60′s and early 70′s. Having watched them open a concert with Black Mountain (Vancouver … Continue reading
Mixed media on birch panel 14×18″ Finally finished and photographed in natural light. Now on to the next project…
Written in 1964, during the Cold War, Jung makes some spectacular statements which resonate with the current state of affairs in this world. Whether we are talking about radical Islam, Iran or North Korea, the facts which litter history weakens … Continue reading
Shown horizontal, it is intended to be hung perpendicular. 12×48″ Acrylic on masonite Details: Top Center Bottom Painted for the fun involved with sanding and using complimentary colours. I have no idea either what it means, why I did it … Continue reading
The underpainting is sanded bone black and the titanium white areas will be where the silvery moonlight shines, delineating the rough bark. The middle ground is sanded phthalo green yellow shade on sanded bone black as well, while the sky … Continue reading
As I stated in my previous post, I find the work of CG Jung intensely edifying and important to my own artistic path. That Jung painted was not unknown to me, as his mandalas and other iconic works were spread … Continue reading
The painting is signed MD KeRtA, PenGose, KAN, Bali. Painted with natural minerals mixed with oils on linen.