Claude Marx

Another example of what paint does when left to it's own devices. Under controlled conditions of course. No brush or tool of any kind touched the paint and I go thru dozens of boards before getting a good one like this. It's like watching nature evolve life from primordial ooze. I'm responsible for natural selection. And I also chooze the ooze. But other than that, these paintings are like children: You start 'em off as best you can and then they do what they want. Claude still comes home for the holidays, he's always been such a good boy, yesh you are... oops! heh heh, ahem, uh... 12 x 16 acrylic on masonite... bye bye

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John Enright 07 Jun 2008

eye like it. alot.

Anonymous Guest 28 Apr 2008

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AWESOME TECHNIQUE HERE

Louis Vuittonet 01 Dec 2007

AWESOME

Robin Brown 21 May 2007

Oooze a clever boy then. The result is perfection, very appealing to the eye love the coluors. Very diverse portfolio R.R.

Karen Cash 12 May 2007

absolutely stunning! Your a GREAT oozer!