Mark W. Malone straddles the road between realism and fantasy together with his colourful pictures of the splendor of the Southwest. Malone paints snow-kissed mountain ranges, miles of desert scrub underneath majestic mesas, and rock outcroppings blazing within the solar. He chooses views which might be unmistakable of their location and environment. His palettes are celebratory – vibrant and wealthy, heightened by creativeness. His compositions attain far into the gap and underline the pure parts of the panorama. These work are love letters to the land as a lot as anything.
Malone’s work is significantly influenced by his travels within the Indian territories of New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado. In oil on canvas, Malone realizes the panorama as native tribes would have seen it all through the ages, and connects that view to the way in which we work together with the terrain right now. Textures give option to Native American-inspired sample work. The dynamic colours emanate from pink rock canyon lands and over-arching skies within the noonday solar. In Malone’s arms, the panorama is one with its individuals. Mark’s motive is to captivate his viewers by luring them into a spot of unknown depth, which lets you suppose, imagine and really feel that you’re a a part of this universe.
Malone was born in Boulder, Colorado and is extraordinarily energetic within the Colorado artwork neighborhood.