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One of the biggest paintings I’ve done to date got out. 70x100cm; 27,56×39,37in. Oil on canvas. The painting portrays a huge female figure contemplating. The figure stands for an open and constantly working mind, the size of it shows what it is capable in each of us while the female sex was chosen because of its ability to give ‘birth’. The desert is a symbol of non-conformity which ‘big’ mind’ tend to create, usually leaving ‘contemplator’ alone though.
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I painted this because it makes me happy to sit and read a book, warm enough to be barefoot, with chocolate at hand and I believe in painting the things that make me happy. I painted it here in Sevilla but it could be anywhere in the world. I’ve definitely done this in Edinburgh, Newcastle, various parts of the US, Madrid…in fact probably every city in the world that I’ve visited and on the trains in between them.
A true passion for art and an excellent painting!
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I called in to the Manchester City Art Gallery yesterday to have a look at the latest temporary exhibitions.
But, in the main, they didn’t appeal to me.
There was also a small exhibition – Radical Figures: Post-war British Figurative Painting – which
explores the pioneering role that painters such as Francis Bacon, Lucien Freud and David Hockney played in the reinvention of figurative art in the second half of the 20th century.
that I found more interesting.
My favourite painting from the small selection on display was a nude by Euan Uglow, the curiously titled The Quarry Pignano (1979)
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Are Buddhas toes considered Human toes!
Location: from the pure land of bliss
We certainly wouldn’t try to say otherwise, beautiful image!
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Acrylic on canvas, work in progress.
Interesting surrealistic painting!
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The Artist’s foot (1876) belongs to Adolph Friedrich Erdmann von Menzel.
He was seventy-one at the time, and probably the most popular German painter living. In portraying his own foot he is claiming to the artist’s unlimited power of choice.
He has also left us a few portraits of his right hand (being left-handed).
(No doubt, von Menzel could hardly have guessed how popular foot self-portraiture would become in our days…).
Very detailed and great painting!
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“Chronicles from the Great Reveries” by Michael Vincent Manalo is a collection of dreams and daydreams that have been forged to be included in the arsenal of memory, to be part of the soul of nostalgia and finally, to be within the heart of the soul.
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Finally finished this.
It’s a baby still in the womb. The colours represent the bright future that awaits this child whilst still keeping an angelic feel to the painting.
Started off just giving a piece of wood a wash, then burning the image of the baby in with a soldering iron.
Wow, beautiful and excellent image!