6.14.2011

                   
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Margaret Morrison's Paintings Of Candy Treats and Childhood Toys



above: Margaret Morrison's Fisher Price People, 2010, oil on canvas, 48" x 48"

From Wax Lips and Gummy Bears to Pez and Pull-toys, critically acclaimed painter Margaret Morrison captures nostalgia on canvas with her photo realistic oil paintings of candy and toys from our childhood.

Trojan Horse:

Menace (telephone pull toy):

Sweet Nothings (Mickey and Minnie Pez):

Marbles:


Ring Pops:


Wax Lips:

Super Bubble gum:

Gummy Bears:

Gummy Worms:

Gummy Centipedes:

Hershey's Chocolate Kiss:



Margaret Morrison:


The talented artist is a professor at the University of Georgia's Lamar Dodd School of Art and also paints many other subjects including figurative work as in her Centricity series, flowers and foods. She has been represented by the Woodward Gallery for the past 17 years.

1 comments:

Shelley Whiting said...

The paintings are very sweet and nostalgic. I especially love the hyper realistic feel. Pretty and cool paintings.

C'mon people, it's only a dollar.
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