A series of 4 paintings, first of their kind, each presenting one landscape at the edge of abstract art.
In the same way in which in comic books invisible or missing elements are drawn as a dotted outline, I reference recognizable forms of relief in order to question the global effects of human action on the environment. From the atmosphere to the depths of the oceans, there is literally no place on earth that hasn’t been touched and modified by humans.
Thus, through a pseudo-minimalist approach I create these meticulously planned works that represent a link between the landscape’s reality and the now, unfortunately, fantastical tranquility of nature.
Acting as a proof of concept, similar works of various sizes and colors combinations can be commissioned on request.
white ink on gray paper
29.6 x 21 cm