…an exhibition that celebrates the best in human conflict…
Disintegrating human relationships. Moving away hands and eyes. Bang picture variant.
Acrylic on Canvas.
I often collaborate with Natural Forces.
I would like to call this painting “Gravity painting” because
every stroke is change by Natural force “Gravity”
Photography: Color on Paper.
Printed on Fedrigoni Splendor gel 340g. matt paper.
The official / original prints have the stamp
dry with the author’s name and are manually signed on the back
Our goal is to generate humble artworks without the pretension of filling a huge wall. Small things can be plenty of beauty and most of times the imperceptible details are the ones which hide that beauty.
We use collage as the unique technique of our work, all the little pieces of paper are finded and selected carefully paying attention to its colour shade and texture. It is a really delicated process in which subtle decisions makes the difference.
When the decision of the UK to leave EU was annonce, I find I have to do something about it.
This work is the result of réflexion about the situation, who is actually getting even waist to day.
The playing with paint and the freedom of letting the water flow its way, thinking of whath you might meet when you swim or sail or row on that water happens to become a meeting with strange buildings. Are they bastions of war or just innocent wild watchhouses .. you tell me
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