Aah, a new work and as welcome as ever. As always a delicate beauty in such man-made surroundings. The love/hate relationship is so strong. It is good to see something new on Open Museum. I am as guilty as anyone in not posting new objects.
The light, the light, the light, the light, the light!! I can see 8 different sources and types of light illuminating the figures in the foreground. Astounding work Marc!
Sublime work, as usual! And a subliminal suggestion of how sad these spaces can be:
Wow – this is actually making me hungry. Been avoiding fast food of late – no craving for it, really…UNTIL NOW, DAMMIT!!!
Thanks John, I’d like to be able to say I find this stuff disgusting, but it has a siren call as well as a less appealing side. Sometimes the worse stuff just hits the spot!
I’m pleased to see a new piece of your on Open Museum, Marc. Its all gone quiet and I need to do more myself. Brilliantly creepy, as usual; I particularly like the little droplets of Coke on the underside of the lid. Its those very small, almost unnoticable but perfectly observed things which say so much in your work. The ketchup is very well done, very tactile.
Thank you Martin! It’s fun painting something like ketchup as it’s almost like painting paint. Oil paint has a similar shine and viscosity. Hope to see more of your work on here soon as well!