“I confess I do not believe in time. I like to fold my magic carpet, after use, in such a way as to superimpose one part of the pattern upon another. Let visitors trip. And the highest enjoyment of timelessness―in a landscape selected at random―is when I stand among rare butterflies and their food plants.
This is ecstasy, and behind the ecstasy is something else, which is hard to explain. It is like a momentary vacuum into which rushes all that I love. A sense of oneness with sun and stone. A thrill of gratitude to whom it may concern―to the contrapuntal genius of human fate or to tender ghosts humoring a lucky mortal.” – Vladimir Nabokov
The structure given by too many thick layers give this artwork older works’ cover up aspect.
Some messages are hidden; some are more obvious….
This artwork makes a great statement piece.
This piece is part of my “Timeless” collection.
Thank you for your interest!
© Lee Clement – 2016
Acrylic, Gesso, Spray Paint, Structure, Oil sticks, Charcoal