This piece focuses on remembering specificity, but having trouble accurately assembling all of it. The individual pieces are honest, but the end result is confused. In that befuddlement Gabriel says 'sometimes nothingness can be very pleasing. Look at your favourite landscape and ponder all the things that aren't there!'
Exhibited at The Edinburgh Gallery as part of Gabriel's collection 'In A Room.'
Ships with matting to fit an A3 frame, as pictured.
Charcoal, and Acrylic on Paper
The Nihilistic Bear (2017)
This artwork is sold by Gabriel Böhmer from United Kingdom