Water City is a large canvas (24"X48"), the panorama of a composite city's waterfront. The dualities of above and below water play with light, shadow, depth, height, and the ideas of many opposites. The City is densely populated with people and fish, the structures built and the remains left behind. Bright gradation of color and energy are as intense as the City's relationship with the basic elements of water and air. The majority of the canvas represents the coastal sea, simultaneously the rippling surface and plunging below, in a free fluidity of depth perception.
March 3rd, 2011
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