Art, oil painting, Painting, Still Life

Still Life with Syringe


Sill Life with Syringe 8" x 12" oil on paper
Sill Life with Syringe
8″ x 12″ oil on paper

It was pointed out to me that this image could be interpreted to mean that I might not be doing so great. There is no cause for alarm.

The syringe is one that my wife used to measure some of her medications. I always thought it would make an interesting still life object and dropped it into this setup.


5 thoughts on “Still Life with Syringe”

  1. Reblogged this on Chekhov was a doctor: Medicine, health, & creativity and commented:
    I really like this still life painting by Bill Sharp: something about the way the paint is loosely applied and the inclusion of a syringe and medicine bottle that communicates something other than the surface details; it has a dream like / hallucinatory feel to it that contrasts nicely with the clinical/sterile content.


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