Escapism

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oil on canvas

h: 150 w: 100 d: 4 (cms).

The inspiration of this painting comes from the theory of multiple existences or the parallel worlds, We live in between our outer and inner experiences. each of us is different and different people live in different worlds and see things from many points of view and different aspects affected financially, emotionally, by culture logic habit etc. The tendency to estrange the other by saying: this will never happen to me" heightens the parallel existence especially when some need help from other blessed ones. This is why stretching a hand to another in need is highly estimated in religions. In order to have a healthy community each member should see the different other.

The paintings express two different metaphorical locations: on one hand the metaphor of the burning house representing war zones or ecological disaster zones or economical disasters for which the burning houses stand for and on other hand the safe and lucky. city women and men who continue their leisure time occupations

The painting belongs to the series: image-Reality-reflection in which reflections are gates of passage from realm to real exposing an imagined reality 

The artistic process involves photography in public places and composing through free

 

imagery, drawing and painting

£15500
£15000 (Unframed)

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Escapism

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oil on canvas

h: 150 w: 100 d: 4 (cms).

The inspiration of this painting comes from the theory of multiple existences or the parallel worlds, We live in between our outer and inner experiences. each of us is different and different people live in different worlds and see things from many points of view and different aspects affected financially, emotionally, by culture logic habit etc. The tendency to estrange the other by saying: this will never happen to me" heightens the parallel existence especially when some need help from other blessed ones. This is why stretching a hand to another in need is highly estimated in religions. In order to have a healthy community each member should see the different other.

The paintings express two different metaphorical locations: on one hand the metaphor of the burning house representing war zones or ecological disaster zones or economical disasters for which the burning houses stand for and on other hand the safe and lucky. city women who continue their leisure time occupations

The painting belongs to the series: image-Reality-reflection in which reflections are gates of  passage from realm to realm exposing an imagined reality and can be seen upright and upside down  

The artistic process involves photography in public places and composing through free

£15500
£15000 (Unframed)

Enquire about this artwork