From The Archives: What Norman Bates REALLY Saw In The Shower Painting

Oil Painting - What Norman Bates REALLY Saw In The Shower - Mark Gisbourne

From my parody and pastiche series, an original oil painting that depicts an alternative view of the Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. Could I really be sharing my Achilles heel with the whole world? A fear of showers, a fear of spiders or none of the above?

Colouring Book News – Brexit Talks Resume (Let’s Get Down To Business)

Brexit Talks Resume

Colouring Book News: Brexit - David Davis - Let's Get Down To Business

For the second time in nearly as many months, a Conservative cabinet minister busts out the Reservoir Dogs phrase book as David Davis follows on from Theresa May’s “Let’s Get To Work” call to action after the snap election, with the no-nonsense, ball-busting war cry,

Let’s Get Down To Business

 

It’s American Independence Day On The Pale Blue Dot

The Pale Blue Dot 472017 - An original painting by Mark Gisbourne

The Pale Blue Dot: July 4th 2017

It’s Independence Day here on the pale blue dot. Have a fantastic day my American friends.

The Pale Blue Dot Paintings for the month of July 2017 are available to buy here.

Brief Encounter Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

Brief Encounter This Can't Last This Misery Can't Last - An original painting by Mark Gisbourne

This Can’t Last, This Misery Can’t Last is the third painting in a small series of experimental abstract paintings depicting the classic movie, Brief Encounter. It was executed in one sitting during a showing of the film; an attempt at trying to capture one’s immediate emotional response.

The last Brief Encounter abstract acrylic painting is available to buy here.