March 8, 2008

"Loaves and fishes - part 1"

Oil on archival, museum quality, ampersand 1/8” gessobord™ panel – 6’ x 6”

Don’t look too closely at this painting as it isn’t quite finished. I didn’t want another day to go by without posting something new. This piece is part of a diptych called “Loaves and fishes”. Could it be that my religious upbringing is coming to the fore? Perhaps, I was an acolyte for four years, in my youth. Look for the second part tomorrow.

4 comments:

rick nilson said...

Hey Mark,

Nice fish. But the orange beard makes you look 10 pounds greener. I would have worn the black leather slicker for that shot, but you know I'm just a slave to fashion. I'm sure nobody calls you "hopperesque".

Mark Adams said...

I’m more Hop-a-long-esque, although I’m starting to lean more towards Mama Cass-idy than Hopalong. Black is a slimming color, ’tis true.

SERGIG said...

Congratulations on your works!
They are beautiful.
Hi
Joseph

http://artsergig.blogspot.com/

Mark Adams said...

Thanks, Joseph