nature and pigments at war

nature , oil painting , space ,
nature , oil painting , space ,

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. "

27 thoughts on “nature and pigments at war

    1. yes you can and thank you . it takes more time making the pigments then painting on the surface . once we have made the pigments its takes 2 r 3 days set too collect a skin then paint again on top let it dry again then put more on if needed . painting it self takes 30mins then its up to me if i want too carry on or stop. i let the paint take me there so theres no time limit some painting iv had for years now and never end haahahah thank you mark

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      1. Thanks a lot! I love to hear from artists about their work, and I guess I am going to have more questions in the future :)… but thanks again for your answer, it’s such an inspiration! nice to meet you, keep the good work up! I am looking forwords to following along.
        Best wishes, Ayeh.

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