Friday, 5 February 2010

It Takes Two to Tango

A few days ago, while researching the work of Mark Ryden, I discovered the paintings of his wife, Marion Peck, a worthy representative of Pop surrealism. The magical atmosphere is often tainted with subtle reproach and is always provoking. Through the huge glassy eyes of her subjects, I feel compelled to direct a critical glance towards myself and towards my way of living.

Marion Peck, Landscape with a Submerged Deer, oil on canvas, 19.5 x 25, 2008

Marion Peck, Leviathan, oil on panel, 14.5" x 11", 2004


Marion Peck, Bunny Love

 
Marion Peck, Hair, oil on panel, 18" x 13", 2004

Marion Peck, Supper club, oil on panel, 2004

 
Marion Peck, Birdy and Bunny

 
Marion Peck, Pepe and Snowball, 2005

Marion Peck, Baby with a Rattle and Queen Charles

 
Marion Peck, Still Life

 
Marion Peck, Weiner Venus, Oil on Panel, 20” x 8”, 2003

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