A happy wistful memory from long ago before the sun shone upon the bare joists and before the swallow made mud homes in the eaves, the house itself remembered its former occupants and showed them to us, the viewer, in a long-accumulated surge of energy which it was able to transform into visible photons. Better get your dosimeter checked by the radiological officer.
Washington State native Mark lives and works in the Puget Sound, where he received his art education from The Art Institute of Seattle and Cornish College of the Arts. Mark works primarily in representational form in oil in his traditional work, utilizing variants upon the tried and true Venetian and Flemish techniques of layer upon layer of translucent and opaque oils to create the richest possible surface, to not merely apply paint to a canvas, but to craft a work of art and a thing of beauty. However, he is proficient in both traditional and digital media, using each to accentuate the other and as tools to explore humanness, emotion, consciousness, and civilization. Mark’s work is also inspired by his wickedly bizarre but clever...
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