Category Archives: Congregation


Elvis Aaron Presley. The King of Rock and Roll. During his final days it is stated that the basic element of Elvis’ daily food intake was a 30-cm long bread roll, stuffed with bacon, peanut butter and strawberry jam. Each one had 42,000 calories, and in his final days, he ate two of them per […]

Dilligence (2009)

My second painting for Congregation. This time it’s one of the virtues, dilligence. I have painted my mother, dilligently sewing – a nod to Vermeer. Once again, it’s silver stencil and acrylic. I’m liking this style, it reminds me of Daguerreotype photography – all reflection and shimmering contrast distortion. Strangely my digital camera has added […]

Greed (2009)

My first painting for Congregation. Sam and I are tackling the Seven Deadly Sins and the corresponding Seven Catholic Virtues. Like all great questions concerning morality, we decided the division of vices and virtues with a coin toss. You’ll have to keep watching to see which one’s I ended up with… Here’s my first – […]