Original artwork description:

30 x 48 x 1.5”
Original mixed media painting (oil & graphite) on stretched canvas. Signed, wired & covered with archival satin varnish.


This piece is part of a series titled ‘The Space Within’. It is a response to our isolation and the challenges resulting from the Covid pandemic as well as our longing for connection and intimacy. The series reflect on the space within our minds and thoughts as well as the space within the relationships some of us long for. Spaces within our homes and work that changed over the last two years. On various levels we had to adapt as we faced geographical changes, isolation and absence of connection while relations with our families were often stressed with uncertainty.

”The space within becomes the reality of the building” - Frank Lloyd Wright

Materials used:

oil & graphite

Tags:
#love #nude #lovers #embrace #connections 

Sambandha (2022)

Oil painting 
by Antoine de Villiers

£3,739.51 Sold

Original artwork description
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30 x 48 x 1.5”
Original mixed media painting (oil & graphite) on stretched canvas. Signed, wired & covered with archival satin varnish.


This piece is part of a series titled ‘The Space Within’. It is a response to our isolation and the challenges resulting from the Covid pandemic as well as our longing for connection and intimacy. The series reflect on the space within our minds and thoughts as well as the space within the relationships some of us long for. Spaces within our homes and work that changed over the last two years. On various levels we had to adapt as we faced geographical changes, isolation and absence of connection while relations with our families were often stressed with uncertainty.

”The space within becomes the reality of the building” - Frank Lloyd Wright

Materials used:

oil & graphite

Tags:
#love #nude #lovers #embrace #connections 
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Antoine de Villiers (born 1977 in Potchefstroom, South Africa) explores the emotional complexities of the human subject. She values the sincerity of the moment more than the reality in which her figures... Read more

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