pigments at war

oil painting
oil painting
black and white
black and white

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. "

46 thoughts on “pigments at war

  1. Mark: I always enjoy your work … I wish I knew more about painting … I know what you present appeals to me. Thanks for the like on my “Doe” in the neighbors front yard.

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  2. Thank you for dropping by my blog. Am loving the colour in your work and its interesting to see the same picture in black and white,, wonderful..

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    1. thank you make the oil first then cook it two a temperature mix colour play for 5 to 6 days with all different pigments making all colour and then paint on glass thanks mark nice one


  3. I really like the color version but the contrasting elements do not show very well in the black and white image. Maybe more gradual shading into silver grays might do the trick.

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