Whaterscapes Stills

Ice Cave

Title: Ice Cave
Medium: Acrylic on Panel
Dimensions: 12” x 12”
Year: 2012
Description: In the cold abyss, there is an appearance of shelter in the ice, contrasting against the coldness in the presentation of the exterior. The small size of this piece reflects how the global warming melting the glacial home of these ice caves is overlooked.

 

Ice Falls

Title: Ice Falls
Medium: Acrylic on Panel
Dimensions: 48” x 48”
Year: 2012
Description: An abstraction of a waterfall created by the melting glacier to represent the effects of global warming and a symbolization nature’s malleability. An abstraction of a waterfall created by the melting glacier to represent the effects of global warming and a symbolization nature’s malleability. This perception juxtaposes the bittersweet environmental factors that key into the melting of the largest glacier in France.

 

Forest Path

Title: Forest Path
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Dimensions: 24” x 24”
Year: 2012
Description: This path is a demonstration of the choice viewers take to view beautiful landscapes. The irony in their choice to take the path and admire the aesthetics will leave a carbon footprint that deteriorates the landscape.

 

Forest Cave

Title: Forest Cave
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Dimensions: 24” x 24”
Year: 2012
Description: Descending from the ice caves, the forest encapsulates a leaf-laden cave, a sanctuary in the forest. The cave embodies a haven in shrouds of the forest from the artificial rain caused by the global warming melting the glaciers.

 

Wheel

Title: Wheel
Medium: Acrylic on Panel
Dimensions: 12″ x 12″
Year: 2012
Description: As humans leave behind our mark upon the earth with man-made objects, the circular mobility of the wheel references its journey forged by humans with originally natural elements of rubber and steel returning its cycle back into nature. It portrays an iconic symbol of human’s achievements, and foreshadows human accomplishments attained at a cost against nature, only to be outcast back into nature after it served its purpose.

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