Oil on 1/4" Board. Approx 12"x7" SOLD You know me and the utility poles. This one stood out with the sunset behind it. And what's with sunsets, by the way. For me, they have the most challenging color transitions out of any subject.
Carbon Footprints — Jo Bradney : still life oil paintings of food and charcoal still life drawings
This is my carbon footprint. What does it tell you about me? What will yours say about you? These are the things that will show them how we lived. The left-overs from my life cataloged and documented in larger than life charcoal still life drawings. From the dusty darkness a strange self-portrait emerges – broken glass, empty boxes, discarded plastic. We are what we eat? To the archaeologist, we are what we throw away afterwards. Finding each new piece of trash was like unearthing…
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oops - something is missing — Jo Bradney : still life oil paintings of food and charcoal still life drawings
Still life oil paintings of food in abundance: fruit, vegetables, fast food, take-out, burgers, donuts, snacks. And large charcoal drawings of the left-overs, trash and waste