this painting is to show what it is to really be free as a artist

this could of never happened without the help of  colin steve and craig .i can honestly say my teacher for the final year was a better lecture and more suited for that job  he was no teacher to me and many reading books and have in no human connection with the real  one bitter advice my friend its in the doing the things we learn that brings result . but you would not get this ever because you want others to get you there not in my time anyway SNAKE . im an artist and will all ways fight for whats right the freedom of expression

Published by Mark Toner

i am manchester love this place and the people .am 49 years old and i still live with my mum and dad " work encapsulates the energy and movement of the artists brush across the many surfaces he uses as a canvas to paint upon. He lets his oil paints bleed and blend to form patterns and fractals reminiscent of the infinite shapes and colours found within the known universe. His paintings are created to invite the viewer’s subconscious to generate its own interpretations of what is being depicted, leaving the imagination to navigate through his web of abstract and surreal landscapes. "

2 thoughts on “this painting is to show what it is to really be free as a artist

  1. I see you like to create on a large scale. As I look at this, I am seeing a cityscape with its tall buildings. One of the interesting things about abstract work is the viewer is free to interpret the work from their own perspective.

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