T_H_R_O_W_B_A_C_K ' My Flower In Your Barrel Hasn't Stopped The Slaughter Yet '
Oil and Acrylic on Canvas
100 x 122 cm
This painting was one of a series, first shown as part of 'Strata. 1' group show back in February this year. This feels a rather poignant post, considering the political controversy undergoing in Brazil currently. In my opinion, artists offer viewers a bridge to reconnect with the natural world. Something that we are ever increasingly divorcing ourselves from, due to growing urbanisation and loss of habitats. It is important to remind ourselves, that we are biologically harmonious with nature and not superior to it.
These two paintings are up at Inclusions Gallery in San Francisco until January 6th. Both are available, looking for a home. I say a home, singular, because I think they should stay together. They look so good side by side. Both are 12” x 12”, oil on canvas. Mount Tamalpais. XO.
Deep Evening, oil on canvas, 30x40", 2008
Sketching the estuary, South Hams
I didn’t get a lot of studio time this past week, so I’m trying to do a little catch up today. Luckily, I have a couple of assistants helping out a bit. They are so good to me.😁
I was in a very experimental state today, which was always awesome. I did end up pushing the painting more from yesterday’s post. I’m glad I did.
Another landscape in the works!
‘Shelter’ oil on linen 122 x 152cm @arthousegallery
inspired by the moody misty environment of Port Davey on Tasmania’s south-west coast.
It's all about light, and a sudden moment of revelation, in this magnificent oil painting by Steven Walker, Oil Painters of America member and award winner. Contact the gallery for pricing.⠀