PERCEPTIONS OF REALITY
A naked call occurs when traders take infinite risk by buying and selling stock they do not actually own. I leave the rest to you to figure out.
This painting sticks in my mind as a marker on the way to where I am today in terms of dealing with our visual vocabulary and how our minds deal with the perception of reality. The image is an abstraction and not really at the 'original stage' but promises in a way what is to come, with its single brushstrokes and unusual expression of the medium. 1993.
Marsh, Peter, Sky High, 22.5 X 30 inches, watercolour, 2012.jpg
Marsh, Peter, Scramble, 22 X 30 inches, watercolour, 2012.jpg
Marsh,Peter, Dreaming of BC,22 X 30 inches,watercolour,2011.jpg
Marsh, Peter, 2, Georgian bay Sentry, 30 X 22, Watercolour, 2011.jpg
Marsh, Peter, Have a Nice Northern Day, watercolour, 22 x 30 inches 2010, large
Marsh, Peter, Have a Nice Day 15, 15 X 22 inches, watercolour, 1997.jpg
This painting was exhibited in 2010 in the Mexican Biennial Marsh, Peter, Que goce de un bello Día Canadiense, 22 X 30 inches, watercolour,
Marsh, Peter, Have a nice day 14, 22 X 30, watercolour, circa 1996.jpg
Marsh, Peter, 1, Georgian bay Titan, 30 X 22, Watercolour, 2011.jpg