The Bonnie Banks of the Clyde.

Nature has always fascinated me and I am looking at the interface between natural life and man-made constructions, eg. parks, houses etc.


I am also interested in the anachronistic mixing of characters and backgrounds in paintings.

Born out of the disenfranchised during the Great Depression Bonnie and Clyde were a product of the hopeless poor. For ten years after 1929 only the very wealthy lived comfortably.
This is “The Bonnie Banks of the Clyde”, 16″ x 12″, oil on canvas. The painting is for sale and prints are available.