The work "Скафандр" ("Spacesuit") is painted on canvas 50x70 with acrylics. The predominant color is green, as an association with... Read More
The work "Скафандр" ("Spacesuit") is painted on canvas 50x70 with acrylics. The predominant color is green, as an association with belief in the transformation of the world and victory over the death of nature. The name speaks for itself. The word spacesuit means special equipment designed to isolate a person from the external environment. The picture reveals the theme "Environmental pollution by one person, that is, by each of us." We still have hope for the protection of nature, and for this we need to start with ourselves. And if a person is so incredibly weak to try to make the world a better place, then perhaps the solution will be to isolate the person from nature. It is worth considering!
The picture also makes us think about what awaits us if we do not take any action. If we do not change, we will forever be imprisoned in protective suits and doomed to breathe artificial air through a helmet, and admire the green of nature only in pictures. The painting is a call to each person to put himself in the place of this character on the canvas and to think a little, whether each of us wants such a future? The picture conveys that one person is capable of much - and create a catastrophe, or change the world for the better. The picture is shown simply and clearly. Details are not needed here to feel and understand the seriousness of the problem. The picture contains several meanings and messages, but the main thing remains - a call to think about what kind of future we want and what we surround ourselves with, that each of us needs to start with ourselves - our home - our world - our planet
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