This painting, part of a series exploring the human experience amidst upheaval, portrays a serene landscape with a house, trees, shrubs, and a road. In the distance, an illusion of distant fires and smoke on the horizon hints at a subtle underlying turmoil. Yet, the tranquility of the scene is disrupted by a deliberate rip in the canvas, revealing raw and exposed material. The torn canvas serves as a symbolic rupture in the peaceful facade, suggesting an unseen catastrophe that disrupts the calmness. Amidst the torn canvas, hints of scattered kitchenware and the far-off suggestion of smoke or fires evoke a juxtaposition of destruction against the untouched elements of nature. The deliberate treatment of the canvas and painting techniques showcases the interplay between materials, paint, and the exposed raw canvas. This exploration of the painting's construction, seemingly disrupted or deconstructed, invites contemplation on the fragility of tranquility and the unseen disruptions within our surroundings.
Mixed media on canvas 52 x 24 x 6 inches
A Rip in the Fabric of the Continuum
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