Tiny hole black and green

Decoration  for living room ideas – two paintings about a tiny hole

Are you looking to elevate the style and ambiance of your living room?

Making choices can sometimes be difficult, especially when it comes to selecting artwork. However, I strongly believe that two paintings on paper, depicting fragments of natural structures, would be an excellent choice. My conviction stems from my deep love for nature, which reciprocates my feelings by providing me with endless inspiration. Nature ensures that I, as an artist, never grow bored.

When I gaze upon nature on a grand scale, stretching my vision as far as it allows, I am greeted by distant landscapes. It is during these moments that I truly grasp the proportion between myself – a mere speck of a human being – and the vast expanse of land that my eyes encompass. I am overwhelmed by the realization of my insignificance in the face of such a majestic landscape. It continues to exist and thrive without any need for my presence. I believe many others share these sentiments, as encountering nature on a monumental scale often evokes similar emotions.

However, there are also encounters on a micro-scale. I find myself drawn to the intricate fragments of biological structures, captivated by their tangled and whimsical entanglements. In these moments, I forget that I am an intruder and wonder if perhaps I am needed. Am I meant to remember and preserve the enchantment that has captivated me? Am I meant to convey it through my paintings and share it with others?

Recently, I stumbled upon small holes within the bark of trees, surrounded by a beautiful pattern that forms a rich frame around them. Peering through these holes, I am transported into another realm of biological wonder. Nature constructs her marvels in countless layers, each more awe-inspiring than the last. Perhaps iti is creating them having decoration for living room ideas in its mind? May be nature needs audience?

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Tiny black hole – mixed media on paper, 80 x 60 cm

Tiny green hole – mixed media on paper, 80 x 60 cm

year of creation 2018