‘Follow Me’
Mar10

‘Follow Me’

Partly inspired by a mixture of the Dutch painter Pieter Cornelis Mondriaan & the modern technology his Oils on Canvas by Hayes is entitled “Follow Me”. The inspiration for the blocks of colours comes from  Mondriaan’s bold use of coloured squares and rectangles in his . Mondriaan began producing grid-based paintings in late 1919, and in 1920, the style for which he came to be renowned began to appear. Mondriaan’s paintings arrive at what is to casual observers their definitive and mature form. Thick black lines now separate the forms, which are larger and fewer in number, and more of the forms are left white. How the technology comes into it is really up to the viewer, only some of whom will be ‘smart’ enough to figure out. Have you got the smarts to figure it out? Follow Me by Hayes Oil on canvas20 x 20 ins ( 50 x 50 cm ) Not for SALE   See other posts by Hayes...

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Bob Marley
Mar05

Bob Marley

Bob Marley by Hayes Oil on canvas 24 x 36 ins ( 60 x 90 cm )   Painting Bob Marley was a real pleasure for me. It’s a birthday gift to my son Lewis on his 22nd birthday. The video compresses about 45 hours of video into just over two...

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Marilyn Monroe
Jan25

Marilyn Monroe

For Sale Marilyn Monroe by Paul Hayes Oil on canvas 20 x 30 ins ( 50 x 60 cm ) email: info@artonline.ie...

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John Lennon & Paul McCartney
Jan22

John Lennon & Paul McCartney

For Sale John & Paul by Paul Hayes Oil on canvas 16 x 20 ins ( 40 x 50 cm ) email: info@artonline.ie...

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Whispers @art_online
Feb22

Whispers @art_online

  The key to their room jammed in the lock at first, then they were greeted by an unpleasant smell wheezing out of a vent in the wall. Because they had been dating for a very short while, this was all tremendously funny. Leonie lay back on the bed, looking very sweet and winsome with her tawny hair fanned around her face, cheeks flushed, her blue eyes set off prettily by her blue dress. Claudia rested her head on Leonie’s stomach and let the little wavelets of happiness come. Some hours later they staggered out of a bar and into the thick seaside mist, drunk as lords. They could not really see where they were going and did not especially care, since they were getting excited by pointing out how dangerous a match they likely were for one another. They began a rapid exchange of the many awful things they had done to past lovers.   Extracts...

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