75% of a painting featuring scenes from a range of old black & white movies.
From an old newspaper photo. I have no idea what the sport was or who the people were.
acrylic on unstretched canvas.
3 dancers of power.
The prophecy is fulfilled!
Listen to the Honking of Horror!
Oh, how cute, she tries to shield her face from the searing heat of the furnace.
The other one just up from the basement asks “Hey, where’d this furnace come from ?”
One looks on as one prepares to testify, the others witness.
The show begins with tragic consequences.
bayou-WM 11.5 x 10 inches
Ignoring the snake in the tree.
1-We stand in our nakedness as
2-our lives are taken to our inevitable fates as
3-‘the important ones’ make the comfortable lies take form and blame it on the invisible super-friend in the sky.
If the title means anything I’ve forgotten what it was long ago.
THe blue areas are what happens beneath the surface.
The red area, the beating heart the machinery keeping the body functioning.
The other areas are the rest of our experience.
I saw a photograph of a muddy, broken doll, that was the inspiration.
The expression on the faces of the dolls with their broken eyelids stare at you through the surface of the painting.
Badly photographed, but nice painting.
The little girl in the lower left hand corner is my niece, Berniece.