Part two of a Triptych. Can be separated.
A forest Opening is a painting inspired from my childhood of a small forest in my village where I grew up. Oil on Canvas
Oil on canvas with aluminium foil, leather, silk and bark of a palm tree.
“House on the hill” is an abstract in acrylic paint on gallery canvas, ready to hang. It measures 101 x 77 x 4 cm.
An abstracted view of a morning sunrise creeping over the horizon.
Seventh in my “Rust” series. Inspired by the textures and colours associated with rusting metal.
“Mars” is about planetary alignment and follows on from a previous painting called “Luna”.
“Luna” is a study of the moon and its alignment.
“Lost” is about feeling lost and trapped in life.
A collection of abstracted beach/sea scenes make up this piece called “Seashore”.
The relationships between things is explored in this piece.
“A voice in the distance” is about just that, distance. Distance between people, loved ones, and remembering the sound of their voice.
As the name suggests, this piece was inspired by coastal maps and the spaces between lands.
It is a concept that every individual, and every nation, carry within themselves
framed by the artist
Framed by the artist
Sixth in the “Rust” series. Again the focus is on the colours and textures associated with rusting metal.
Third in the “Rust” series. Again the concept is that of colour and texture associated with rusting metal.
Esperando is, as the name suggests, about waiting. Waiting for loved ones to return across time and space.
A horror story on canvas.