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“Adoration of the Baby Cheeses” is part of a still life series, all selected as finalist entries into The EMSLA National Still Life Prize between 2013 – 2017.
In keeping with the mood in all these paintings, The Baby Cheeses is another modern day allegory, a pun and in this case, a phonic mix-up, but always set against the backdrop of Renaissance landscape.
It is the intention for the viewer initially to contemplate the symbolism of the objects in the immediate foreground but then be gently drawn into the middle and far distant landscape.
For many years I have been drawn to representing both figurative and still life as an integral part of the landscape. I have always enjoyed the duality and connectedness of man and objects as part of nature. I guess it stems from years studying Contemporary Chinese Brush Painting and the philosophies surrounding it, especially the insignificance of man against the grandeur of the Mother Nature.

Adoration of the Baby Cheeses

Kathryn Fenton

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Size: 75w x 65h x 4d cms
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“Adoration of the Baby Cheeses” is part of a still life series, all selected as finalist entries into The EMSLA National Still Life Prize between 2013 – 2017.
In keeping with the mood in all these paintings, The Baby Cheeses is another modern day allegory, a pun and in this case, a phonic mix-up, but always set against the backdrop of Renaissance landscape.
It is the intention for the viewer initially to contemplate the symbolism of the objects in the immediate foreground but then be gently drawn into the middle and far distant landscape.
For many years I have been drawn to representing both figurative and still life as an integral part of the landscape. I have always enjoyed the duality and connectedness of man and objects as part of nature. I guess it stems from years studying Contemporary Chinese Brush Painting and the philosophies surrounding it, especially the insignificance of man against the grandeur of the Mother Nature.

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