Posts Tagged ‘oil’
Oil on canvas
I was thinking of Rapunzel when I started this, but she just does not seem like a Rapunzel, so I gave her a pair of scissors and I’m calling it Hair Cut~~
The tones in her face remind me a bit of Dave Cooper’s work which I love. Not familiar with Dave Cooper? here is a link, though it was hard to find a gallery with several works showing:
Also found this animated cartoon with his images which is a delightfully twisted, contorted, bubbly ride. The bouncy character animation is just as I might imagine and the raunchy romp in jello at the end is fitting!
Lots to do today.
superfetation |ˌsoōpərˌfēˈtā sh ən|
noun Medicine & Zoology
the occurrence of a second conception during pregnancy, giving rise to embryos of different ages in the uterus.
• figurative the accretion of one thing on another : the superfetation of ideas.
ORIGIN early 17th cent.: from French superfétation or modern Latin superfetatio(n-), from Latin superfetare, from super- ‘above’ + fetus ‘fetus.’
See this piece in person on exhibit in Detroit, October, at “Damned”.
Oil on canvas
In the theatre of the absurd, the puppet master is a single female figure who thoughts are split between ideology and reality at she manipulates her alter ego puppets below and colludes in her own subjugation. The idea comes from the notion of some to over turn Roe v Wade and take away a woman’s right to decide for herself what to do with her own body.
My little girl pug Sassafras loves to sit on garbage bag, it doesn’t matter much what is inside them but clothing or blankets or towels are particularly appealing to her royal needs Yes she is descended from Royalty sired from Prince Pugliese, its true!
I have quite a few paintings that I am painting over as they were just unsuccessful, this is one that I have painted over. Its kind of a hybrid. I kept the legs from the painting it used to be and what sprouted out was this somewhat whimsical figure. The canvas is fair big 18 x 36
I might use it for our holiday card with the caption “Happy freakin Holidaze!” I think its funny and reflects the stress and unhappiness so typical of the season