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Late for the Barbeque

Size: 22 1/2″ x 28″ on a 25 1/2″ x 33″ sheet of archival paper
Price: $100.00
Medium: Four colour offset lithograph
Limited Edition: 353 copies

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The story behind the painting
As I mentioned earlier I’ve always been fascinated by decorative faces of New Guinea tribe’s men. In this photo I’ve put the native in a setting I can’t even figure out. He was in the pose that looked like he was waiting for something. The rest of the painting just happened. The fire breather is the BBQ cooker, the fellow in the sky with the panicked look on his face is the person arriving late. The New Guinea native is impatiently waiting with a hot dog on his arrow. I had trouble painting the hand holding the bow and arrow so I painted this cactus looking plant in front of it.
Late for the Barbeque by Bob 'Omar' Tunnoch

Ambition

Size: 20″ x 12 1/2″ on a sheet size of 22″ x 17″
Price: $120.00
Medium: Giclee on paper
Limited Edition: 150 copies

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The story behind this painting

Red eyed tree frog jumping through a pane of glass. This is a tribute to all my musician/artist friends who continue to create in spite of the difficulties and barriers in the current arts atmosphere.

Ambition by Bob 'Omar' Tunnoch

What Climate Change

Size: 20″ x 13 1/4″ on a sheet size of 22″ x 17″
Price: $120.00
Medium: Giclee on paper
Limited Edition: 150 copies

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The story behind the painting
In this painting I placed a New Guinea Native with a somewhat puzzled look on his face in a winter scene. Hence the title what climate change.
What Climate Change by Bob 'Omar' Tunnoch

The Makeover (Roswell Beauty Salon)

Size: 28 1/2″ x 42 1/2″ on canvas
Price: $700.00
Medium: Giclee on canvas
Limited Edition: 25 copies

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The story behind the painting
This was a commissioned piece and I was allowed to create whatever I wanted. I asked the client what he liked and he said abandoned buildings etc. I found this picture of an abandoned hair salon from the 50’s. I put this New Guinea native in the fore front. I love the fact they decorate themselves with natural items found in the jungle to achieve these incredible looks. In photographs of them you never see them smiling so I used this fellow because he seems to be very pleased with the costume. He’s had ”A Makeover” in this abandoned hair salon. Since the image is surreal I added Roswell Beauty Salon”. Roswell was the site of the much documented alien space ship crash. Hence the title “The Makeover, Roswell Beauty Salon”
The Makeover (Roswell Beauty Salon) by Bob 'Omar' Tunnoch

Fetch

Size: 20 1/2″ x 24 1/2″ on canvas
Price: $350.00
Medium: Giclee on canvas
Limited Edition: 150 copies

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The story behind the painting
This image came into my mind of a dog swimming through a coral reef. In this painting I’ve added a lionfish in the fore ground that appears to be fleeing the swimming dog. This inspired the title “Fetch”.
Fetch by Bob 'Omar' Tunnoch

Hummingbirds in the Boiler Room, Adagio

Size: 42″ x 27″ on a sheet size of 45″ x 30″
Price: $500.00
Medium: Giclee on paper
Limited Edition: 150 copies

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Size: 42 1/2″ x 28 1/2″ on canvas
Price: $700.00
Medium: Giclee on canvas
Limited Edition: 25 copies

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The story behind the painting
My wife (and chaperone in life) was the superintendent in a small apartment building we lived in. We had access to the whole building for maintenance and this was the boiler room. It was dark and creepy and the lighting was dramatic. In this bleak atmosphere I put natures flying jewels (humming birds) to put some life into a drab environment. I put them around a microphone with a metronome underneath set to the measure of “Adagio”. On the sides in the audience are the Red Eyed Tree Frogs enjoying the concert.
Hummingbirds in the Boiler Room, Adagio by Bob 'Omar' Tunnoch