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Inspired by Hermann Hesse's the Glass Bead Game and the institution in the mountains where the game was played by the elite, lots of multilayered fluid colors, textures and layers are combined and redrawn over in pencil and indian ink.
Looks great hanging framed, catch's the light with silver shimmers.

Naive and simple yet complex and human, a place that has to be travelled to on a path treacherous and thin.

"time does not always march forward in the magical realist world view. The distant past is present in every moment, and the future has already happened. Great shifts in the narrative's time sequence reflect a reality that is almost outside of time. This accounts for ghosts, for premonitions, and the feeling that time is a great repetition rather than a progression."

For 35 years Irish Born contemporary Artist Pearse Gilmore has been exploring other worlds and bringing back strange and unusual glimpse's of the infinite realities which exist beside our own.

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© 2016 Pearse Gilmore. All rights reserved.

Materials used:

Oil, Ink, pastels, oil pastel, metalick hamerite, acrylic mediums, mixed media

Mester Ludi (2015)

$728.57

  • Oil painting, Paper
  • One of a kind artwork
  • Size: 27.56 × 19.69 × 0.39 in
  • Signed on the front
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