Acrylic and oil crayons on 100% gallery cotton canvas H24 x L24”
Available Au Cadre du Village
The work is abstract. It is a cruciform composition. The colours are deep blue with a hint of moss green and mostly neutral beiges. Some line work is present around the top and bottom thirds. A partly hidden circle is placed around the lower right rule of third section. Other organic shapes are visible in sets of three in some areas. The rule of third has been broken by placing the centre part of the cruciform shape at the centre of the canvas. Larger lines and small circle patterns are visible but very subtle being light upon light colour.
There are several areas of subtle colour combinations that provide interest when looked up close. Superposition is used in these areas. The rectangle shape is also used throughout the artwork. The shapes are mostly organic. The use of the rectangle suggests aligned spaces and given the title, one can imagine the land underneath a cloud like formation hiding part of the ground (the coloured spaces). The larger shape being blue, one can relate to the space being Earth. The green spaces at top left are suggestive of farm land being harvested. The line work suggests roads, pathways or rivers. The work refers to Earth as seen from above.
The artist is very fond of environment protection and extremely saddened by the inaction of the leaders to protect Earth. The work is intuitive but within a specific theme. The artist states that during the creation , she felt as if Earth was showing itself telling of her story as a protector of its land and its people.