Wednesday, August 20, 2014
This piece was inspired by the vistas in New Mexico. The title came to me when I realized that the rock formations seemed to suggest an upturned face on one side with hands on the other. It was one of those happy accidents that was not done with intent.
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Another in my "Forgotten Dreams" series. This image is loosely based on an actual work inside one
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The latest in my "Forgotten Dreams" series of cave paintings. The multiple legs, in estimation, were to imply the movement of the pony. It is highly textured and is done in rich ochres and charcoal.
This is the largest, so far, of my "Forgotten Dreams" series of cave paintings. It is 72" x 72" x 3" and has lots of texture and movement. The spiral is a form that appears in many cave paintings all over the world.
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Labels: Cave painting, Chauvet, Chauvet cave paintings, Mark Malone, Mark Malone Oil painting, pre-historic art, prehistoric
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Monday, June 2, 2014
Tasmanian Tiger (Work in Progress)
Almost finished with another in the Forgotten Dreams Series. I recently saw a film with this extinct animal as an integral part of the film. One can find footage of the last of the "tigers" from the 1930's. They were not tigers at all. More closely related to Tasmanian Devils, they look more like a dog with a giant mouth, striped, a tail like a kangaroo and a marsupial to boot.
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Labels: Cave Paintings, forgotten dreams, Mark Malone, Mark Malone Oil painting, prehistoric, primitive art
Saturday, April 26, 2014
Forgotten Dreams Series: "Scattered" 36x36x3
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Labels: art, Artists of Texas, Cave painting, Chauvet cave paintings, Mark Malone, Mark Malone Artist, primitive art
Thursday, January 24, 2013
I am having an art show at The Wine Therapist in Dallas. The work is, for the most part already up. My grand opening will be on Saturday, January 26th from 7-9. At 9pm, "The Pink Torpedoes" will begin rocking the house with their astonishing catalogue of songs. My show is comprised mostly of two series of paintings that I have been working on. One is called, "Forgotten Dreams" and is inspired by cave paintings from all over the world. The second is "Navajo Daydreams" which is an abstract series of paintings using my favorite palette of colors from the American Southwest. There will also be an assortment of landscapes still lives and figurative work. Some limited reproductions are available and any original work can be sold as a limited reproduction. Some of these reproductions are on canvas and others on acrylic panels. The Wine Therapist Location and Hours of Operation New Hours: Mon - Wed: 3 - 11p / Thu - Fri: 3p - 12mid / Sat: 12noon - 1a / Sun: 3 - 8p Lakewood 1810 Skillman @ Live Oak Dallas, TX 75206 Map Phone: 214-821-WINE (9463) I hope to see you there!
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Labels: abstract, Art shows, Artists of Texas, Cave Paintings, Chauvet, indian art, Mark Malone
Sunday, December 9, 2012
Forgotten Dreams Series: Big Bison II 36x36
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Labels: Cave painting, Chauvet cave paintings, Indian, Mark Malone, pre-historic art, primitive art, southwest, tribal
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Most of my work is available in limited reproductions on canvas, acrylic panel, or paper and can be increased in size without losing any of the color resolution. Feel free to contact me for more information.
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Tuesday, September 11, 2012
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Labels: Cave painting, Chauvet cave paintings, french cave painting, Mark Malone, oil, pre-historic art, primitive art
Friday, May 18, 2012
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Last Sunset in Columbus
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Saturday, March 17, 2012
The Fence: A tribute to Matthew Shepard Donated
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Labels: Fence, Hate Crime, Mark Malone, Matthew Shepard
Summer on Nevis SOLD
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Taos Canyon 36x48 Sold
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Labels: canyon southwest, Mark Malone SOLD, New Mexico
Lavender Sky (16x20) Oil on Canvas SOLD
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Labels: landscape, Mark Malone SOLD, New Mexico, southwest
Giant Pears 36x48 SOLD
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Labels: Giant, Mark Malone SOLD, Pears
Santuario de Chimayo 20x24 Oil on Canvas SOLD
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Labels: New Mexico, Santuario de Chimayo, SOLD
Thursday, March 8, 2012
SOLD! Aspen Cathedral 48x72 Oil on Canvas Framed in blonde wood shadow box
I have already belabored you with how much I love to paint big, so I will not dwell on that aspect. I love this painting. It flowed through me as if I was some kind of medium. I use this palette a lot, so that was not so different, but the composition and application of color was spontaneous and I have rarely felt this free in the process of painting. There was little hesitation. My studio mates provided input which was taken and I am so happy with this piece that I think it will become the first of a series. Thank you for viewing my blog.
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Sunday, February 5, 2012
One Man Art Show (Mark W. Malone)
On Saturday, February 11 from 7pm-12am, I will be showing and selling my art The Wine Therapist. 1810 Skillman@Live Oak, Dallas, Texas. Please come and bring your friends. Share some wine and check out my art.
Mark W. Malone
Mark W. Malone
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Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Apen Series IV 36x48 Mark Malone
This painting is being cropped, so that the cliffs on the right side will not be so dominant. Will post new photo and price soon.
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Labels: autumn aspens, fall aspens, Mark Malone, southwest landscape
Friday, June 17, 2011
on my easel each is 16x20 Oil on canvas
The idea for this "triptych" has been percolating in my mind for some time.. It (they) are not finished, but almost. I am unsure as to marketing them as a trio or individually. I intend to put a resin on each one when I am done. I am also unsure as to signing them, because they can be placed in various positions. Advice is welcome. All of the Navaho Daydreams paintings are currently showing at the Dutch Art Gallery.There is now only one left of this tryptic.
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Labels: Mark Malone Oil painting, navaho, New Mexico, triptych
Sunday, April 24, 2011
updated but unfinished Dame Elizabeth..
I am not sure this is improved. I spent most of the day working on her. Portraiture is not my strong suit. I lifted her nose about a half inch, worked with the shadows on the nose, adjusted the lips, added iridescent white to the eyelids and gave her some color as well as some beads in her hair. I need to put this aside and ponder this for a while and start something new. Comments welcome.
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