Phish Phood

October 22, 2016


19 Responses to “Phish Phood”

  1. Such expressive work!! I can definitely see a ‘salmon’ in it’s final life phase looking like it is set to take a chomp out of the cheek of a ‘Scottie dog’ holding a bone in the side of it’s mouth!! There also seems to be a ‘godly face’ with long flowing hair to the top right looking on to the action with a ‘proboscis nose and protruding lip!’ Also note the ‘bear head” with protruding ribs and an arrow pointing up to it’s neck ;:-) WOW!! Quite a piece 🙂

  2. I love this. I feel there is a lot going on just out of my range of understanding, but not my enjoyment. And that blue color, well, that is so vivid and compelling.

    • Thank you. I’m pleased the blue background worked for the viewer, it certainly helped me form and make sense of the shapes I put down on it. Do I go back and do some more or leave as is? From the first I meant to do a lino cut but haven’t got round to it yet

  3. …out from a calming sea of hope. brilliant !!

  4. paintdigi said

    Good posts, beautiful blog.
    Welcome to see my creations:

  5. Simply beautiful
    Just love the colors
    As always Sheldon

    • Thank you Sheldon. I’m on the fence about whether to do some more or not on this one. I feel I’ve lost something when I’ve carried on with pictures recently and have become rather risk adverse.

  6. I like the colors and shapes and movement in this outside authority! So much more colorful!

  7. kestrelart said

    This is a great piece OA!

  8. Alex Brew said

    lots of life in this. thanks for it.

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