Artist's description:

The work is part of a series "Hic et Nunc," which means "Here and Now". The paper and the images, in this case Adam and Eve, come from a book badly explained, of "The Divine Comedy".
I, tearing the pages, some of the images of the book,
and I changed, painted with color.
Do something monochrome, and more ugly, something pleasant, color, turning it into a small painting.
The significance of this work is that it is possible to change the bad things. Change hell. Get out. Turn hell into heaven. Do it now, here and now.

In this image I made it rains the sky; the original table is interesting the absence of the snake, as if to highlight a possible human will of choice, beyond the temptations and the blame to others.
As bad, the image of the text, is an extraordinary power level signifier.

Materials used:

Pen

Good! (2015)

$224.88

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This artwork is sold by Terry May from Italy

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