Its difficult to get the scale of a painting just showing the image on a webpage. So I peeled some of the tinfoil off the windows to let some light in. Thats a really huge coffee cup on the thingy there with some tea in it.
I took a quick snapshot of Canada, and stuck the tinfoil back down. Its cold here.
I am sorry if you have seen this repeatedly on this page. But I feel compelled to continue posting these images as it keeps happening, continues to happen. I can’t paint them anymore but I can carve them in stone. And I hope to eventually make a bronze casting to use as a pedestal for a beautiful oval crystal dining table with silver Hungry cutlery and china plates with a Hungry pattern, and serve bread and water.
‘Hunger II’, 36″ X 60″, oil on canvas, 1993.
‘Hungry’, 1.25″ X 2.25″ X .3″, soapstone, 2011.
‘Hungry’, 1.25″ X 2.2″ X 0.3″, soapstone, 2012.