Thursday, 20 June 2013

From Mark's Studio


Think he's going through his orange phase!


Currently hanging at Brights Gallery
in Blue Mountain Village


If you live nearby they are having a reception for Mark
on July 6th from 4 to 7 p.m.
Go and tell him you know his mother!


Work in progress


Don't you love how he has placed that background barn going off the picture


My favourites are always the Georgian Bay watery ones


Cool rocks at sunset


Leaning against the wall


Piled up against a wall!

22 comments:

  1. Those are beautiful- the barn is my favourite. So talented!

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    1. There is something about old barns isn't there.

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    1. Thanks, Maggi....not that I can take any credit for them!

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  3. Penny... your artist's eye certainly always draws us in.
    Mark is an amazing artist in his own right. His work is important...contemporary, and focused on bringing his viewers a provocative look into what he sees and brings to life on canvas. These paintings are each so detailed and bring the many strong lines, shadow and shapes that help us recollect similar scenes we may have seen. The colour is glorious.
    Bethany in Kingston

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    1. Glad you like them, Bethany. They certainly evoke Ontario don't they.

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  4. Beautiful! Its wonderful the way his eye, hands and heart project through the beauty of his work.

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    1. I'm in love with your black and white birds, Penny.

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  5. Wish I could turn up at the exhibition..!

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    1. Me too! Though I hate going to openings of my own shows!

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  6. Stunning work.....love the colours, love the trees and love the barn.

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    1. Thenks, Jenny...and thank you so much for dropping by.

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  7. Ah, clearly talent runs in the family! I can't choose a favorite, I like them all...wish I could see them in person.

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    1. He would love your rock piles, Starr.

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  8. Such talent ! You must be so very proud !

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  9. Smitten with the second painting... lovely. So interesting to see someone else's completely different way of painting the forest. Love that!

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    1. Oh yes, how different you two are! I suppose it is the difference between a brash young man and a beautiful wise woman!

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  10. Such a talented family. I like the watery ones too :)

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    1. Water and rocks...what a combination!

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  11. The way he captures the sunlight, that almost blaze, is magical. You must be very proud - and rightly so!!

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