Painting : Oil : On Board

Companion #12


This piece is more of an emotional landscape. Abstracted rock formations and a great cravace suggest a claustrophibic environment. What first appeared to be a place of refuge, a place to hide, has proven to be more of a trap.

The crow on the top left was painted mostly from memory after observing the crows on the rooftops day after day. They land so delicately in the wind and with great precision.

The bird on the bottom right represents victims of persecution or of bullying, even by their own kind. Digging one's way out, slowly and surely, while minimising the risk of things caving in, is the only way.

£250 (framed)

  • Dimensions:
    15 x 15 cm
  • Framed:
    18 x 18 cm
  • Medium:
    Oil on Board

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