Artist's description:

I wanted to showcase how much space is taken up by concrete in our cities, and how we can contrast it with nature.

Roads especially, although very useful take up so much space that sometime we can feel like drowning in the sea of concrete.

Urban planning is a subject that I am passionate about! In my paintings I often try to show the craziness of the urban life model we have created and send some cues about how it can be optimised and transformed by the people and for the people. Cities have been built for and taken over by cars over the last 5 decades, it is time for them to be taken over by people with human centric visions of design and space making.

• 100 % Original Hand Made Artwork by Caroline Chapel
• Mix of Acrylic with paint brushes
• 100 % High Quality Cotton
• Canvas is sold unframed
• Top quality Acrylic Paint - “Matisse Structure” by Derivan
• A thin layer of varnish protects the artwork against UV light and dust.

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• This is an original work of art created by Caroline Chapel and may not be reproduced without written consent of the artist
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Concrete Sea (2017)


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