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Artwork description:

Pastel and charcoal on paper

110 x 130 cm, 43.3 x 51.1 in

This artwork is signed on the back. It is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

The dry pastel and charcoal were fixed on the surface with several layers of anti uv varnish.

In 1992 a cargo ship lost over 28000 plastic ducks and other bath toys in the ocean during a storm. Fifteen years later they appear on the shores, thousands of miles away from where the accident took place.
Many people are collecting them or play in the water finding it amusing to be able to fish yellow little plastic ducks in the ocean.

Meanwhile we see increasing reports and images of sealife ingesting plastic products in their strugle for survival.

Materials used:

pastel and charcoal on paper

Tags:

#ocean  #figure  #atmospheric  #expression  #contrast  #ecology  #theatrical  #gesture  #game  #plastic 

Le Colin Maillard(Blind Man's Bluff) (2019)

$799.78 Sold

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This artwork is sold by Dan Laurentiu Arcus from Belgium

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