Artist's description:

This painting is part of a series of 10 paintings. They can be hanged individually, or together to create a combination.

It was a moonless, quiet winter night, and I was on my balcony, enjoying the view in front of me through the trees and the clouds. In the darkness, depth flattens, objects close to you and clouds far in the distance cease to be unrelated, and any depth surges to the surface of that image we call life. And that image reveals its true nature: a superimposition of levels, perceptions one right above the other, ideas, emotions, all busy erecting the pyramid of what we see and think. A superhuman web of overlapping details that are just too far in time and space for us to remember, or simply be aware of them. And thanks to this distance — and the relentless work of our brain and body that simplify the world for us — we live our lives enjoying our simplicity and spontaneity. But those perceptions are still there, and they create who we are, what we think, what we see.

Materials used:

Acrylic

Superimpositions (2018)

$220.86

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This artwork is sold by Giovanni Dominoni from Latvia

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