Artist's description:

I experimented with white pigments while thinking about one’s frame of reference, the overall perceptual, conceptual, affect and action set, which is used to define the self, other people and the world. That set of beliefs has been formed by cultural influences and our conscious and unconscious decision we have been taken:
we see, what we want to see.

I over-painted bold red pigments with layers of white, until most of the red shines through very thin only.

The moment when the sun rises and find her way through the thick white clouds, turning everything in a milky light pink after a few minutes came into my mind.
But still, the white clouds cover most of the sky, only a small strip of sun is visible, our horizon is limited to what we see. And we can change our horizon by changing our position.

Materials used:

White and red pigments in mixed media on canvas.

Horizon (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Christine Graf from France

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