Sometimes nature can be so strange that it makes you wonder if the impossible really exists. The natural order of... Read More
Sometimes nature can be so strange that it makes you wonder if the
impossible really exists. The natural
order of things can bring to our souls surprising effects. Human beings are so used to walk on concrete and to watch the sky
piece of glass that stepping outside to touch some grass may seem
like an outstanding activity to feel some reality. When we go outside for a
walk we often capture our environment and upload it on our virtual/virtuous
circle of the internet each time like the first time, like it’s something
new and surprising and not a costant in the course of our lives. Maybe we do it
because nature still captivates us
so we feel the need to engrave it in our virtual environment or because we are
conscious of its current and constant tendency towards deterioration and
our inability to preserve it. Our skies, our seas, our rivers, our woods and
everything in our environment are common things yet so precious.
Human beings are still searching tangible explanation
of some phenomena that can send a chill up your spine or are surprised by nature’s
unexpected ways and her interesting
geomorphology. A vision so beautiful yet so unusual and frightening
of some physical phenomena may
trick our mind into thinking that such an idyllic or a
blustery space can only exist in our mental space. The feeling of
being alive and living in such a place can be overwhelming. This work is my attempt to interpret some visually
through the buzz that I get out of painting, with the purpose to trigger an
unclear vision of an indeterminate future.
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