The lighting is absolutely beautiful on this one John. Is it Oils? What size? Just out of interest.Jason
Thank you very much Jason! It's a 9x12 acrylic on masonite panel.
Hi John,What a nice piece! Wrens are most fascinating to watch aren't they, as they love investigating all of the little nooks & crannys. I also love nasturtiums. Nice Job!Rachelle :-)
I've just found your blog through Mona's. Your artwork is just stunning, breathtakingly beautiful, every one of them!!
Johnny - once again I'm blown away with your work. Seeing a bit of how you do it was a real treat. I wished I were a fly on the wall in your studio or better yet you'd do a video - after all flys have such short lives and get in to yucky stuff ;-)
John, your paintings are incredible! Really! Your talent never ceases to amaze me. I look at your work & always feel like I'm looking at the real thing. YOU are God's Xerox. ;)
Thanks so much! Rachelle, Kiko, Karen and Maggie you're all too kind.
Beautiful job John. Love all the textures and lighting.
This is a super piece. OK, so here is the standard question . . . have you considered this as a possible entry for Birds in Art? Yeah, I know, I know, there are plenty of painters submitting, but not many with your eye and creative talent. 'Nuff said. :)
Thanks Terry! Much appreciated coming from you.
Wow. John Mullane at his best. Good show, Dude.
I thought this was a photograph.
Awesome John! The nuances in this painting are phenomenal with respects to the blends, details and lighting.I love to gaze upon your work but, you know that already. Keep them coming.
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