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48" x 24"
oil on canvas

This is the second finished painting that has come out of my new art space in Decatur. It's kind of a companion piece to "Transforming".

I've got a third and fourth waiting for finishing touches. I'm in the painting studio about three to fours a day and my production rate is something I haven't experienced since my first studio space I had in the 90's. Feels like I'm in a zone.....

Comments (7)


Very nice, but given the current economic / political climate; I think those hands should be "Industry CEO's".

I like this one, very much, John.



garand, I actually saw it as the supplication of the ucharist, not as a charity thing.

But I tend to find his stone work more philosophical, where as his paper and canvas work is more whimsical.


They're both lovely. I really like the marbled look.


Thanks for the kind word. You should see the original. "Digital" and "small-scale" are not good words in relation to big paintings.

But, I does give you an idea of what I've been up to.

Steve M:

Very Nice John! I'd like to hear more about the new studio space. I remember the old Mattress Factory space and still have recurring David Lynchian flashbacks of that place.

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John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.

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