Healthcare of today and yesterday. This painting portrays and contrasts Obama care and the health care of Lincoln's day. During Lincoln's reign, for example, a person was amputated with more crude interments than today and whiskey was the anesthesia. Now health care is expensive, yet more antiseptic. We see Obama straining money with a hypodermic needle from a gold pot as Michelle looks on. This is a continuation of the sock monkey them particular to much of my work where I usually portray masterpiece paintings and subject matter.
An artist should paint what inspires him and should have the freedom to do so by any medium he chooses without any pressure. I love paint, brushes, canvases and everything that goes with it. My work goes from landscapes, plants, self-portraits, sock monkeys, seasons (I LOVE snow) and clouds, those big puffy clouds that look like piles of cream potatoes.
I do not work from photographs, but choose to paint from imagination. For me that works and is fun to see what comes out in the process. When I decide to paint something the image is already formed totally in my mind's eye. I add this here since it is a popular question among non-painters.
You can read a lot into an artist from what they create. Although, I have had formal training in...
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