Eve Eating An Apple While God Looks On by Mark Sheeky

G167A Eve Eating An Apple While God Looks On
Oil on panel
Nov 2008 to Apr 2009, Size 240x240 mm

About this painting
Painted as a response to an article that mentioned a lack of imaginative abstract paintings, I thought that a square apple being eaten by a circle would be a good idea. The circle is a feminine shape, so the story of Eve in the Garden of Eden seemed a logical setting.

A square apple is occluded by a circle. The frills enhance that shape's femininity, while simultaneously biting the apple. Eve is spotted, a red cheek of shame. Shame at the discovery of her infraction by the eye of God in distant heaven.

Eve Eating An Apple While God Looks On
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