What a beatiful day

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120 x 120 cm
Oil on Canvas, 2020
Unique piece - one of a kind.
Work on stretcher frame.
Sides are painted
Ready for hang.

This painting depicts a haunting and symbolic scene that illustrates the fragility of life and the constant possibility of danger and unrest. A ravine stretches between two infinitely high and deep labyrinthine buildings, representing a gloomy and menacing separation. The labyrinthine spaces within the buildings are deserted, devoid of any sign of life, except for a red children's ball that has either been forgotten or left behind as a sign of a hasty escape. This ball stands as a symbol of innocence and fleeting joy amidst the silence and loneliness of this oppressive environment. A heavily armed armored cruiser floats in the middle of the picture, its eerie presence conveying an atmosphere of threat and uncertainty. Its presence suggests the unpredictable and the potential intrusion of danger even in supposedly safe and tranquil surroundings. The symbolism of this painting lies in its message about the impermanence of life: even in moments of apparent safety, there is the constant possibility of a sudden outbreak of disaster or war. It is a reminder that peace and tranquillity can often go hand in hand with the constant threat of instability and conflict.

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