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Steven McCowan
Oil on Canvas



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  Caesar
Oil on Canvas
72" x 48"
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Cowgirl, the Tragic Death of Rasalle Allen
Oil on Canvas
72" x 48"
$50.00
The Entry of Christ into Disneyworld
Oil on Canvas
46.5" x 50"
$50.00
 

 Florida Artist:

Steven McCowan
289 S. Lauren Court
Merritt Island,FL 32952
321-961-2730

Web site: http://www.printsoftherealm.com
Painting is a very personal activity that requires complete seclusion and concentration. I don’t think it it’s possible to paint without revealing who you are as painting absorbes the whole person.

Caesar
Prior to the corporate wars, Caesar’s pride and his actions are questioned. His reactions are corporate and circumspect but he has excited the envy of all. Now, he is a marked man no matter what his defence. Many attack Caesar and a few defend him. “This was the unkindest cut of all; for when the noble Caesar saw him stab, Ingratitude, more strong than traitors’ arms, Quite vanquish’d him: then burst his mighty heart.

Cowgirl, the Tragic Death of Rosalie Allen
Parallel lives have always been a source of fascination. Rosalie Allen lived her life as a yodelling radio cowgirl in NYC for more than forty years. She even played Carnegie Hall! We think we know others but we really don’t. The millions who ride the trains into the city every day sometimes find comfort thinking they know their seat mates. We carry the stories we hear from one another making us immortal. At least until the other forgets or dies.

The Entry of Christ into Disneyworld as Caryl Chessman swings above the Crowd and Randolph Scott Shows Customers to Their Seats
Each Friday thousands of families strap their infant children into safety board approved car seats and drive hundreds of miles to this strange place called Disneyworld, to show them mythical objects and dramas. They are guaranteed never to be harmed in any way. Nothing is real. The idea of no risk carries an opposing “no reward” payoff that is ignored. Everything is just like on Television. There is something happening in our society and we have absolutely no idea what it is and how it came about. Is anyone writing this stuff down? This picture plays with those occurrences.

Christ is led, vulnerable, into Jerusalem knowing full well what awaits him. The crowd cheers. Caryl Chessman, known as the Redlight rapist of the fifties in San Francisco, swings above the crowd taunting them for their stupidity and Randolph Scott; star of countless cowboy westerns, placidly but attractively ushers viewers to their seats.

One viewer is even watching us to see our reaction. - Steven McCowan

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