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Most people familiar with my art think of my watercolors (some examples are displayed as prints in my Etsy shop). This listing is the exact opposite in terms of technique and emerged from my love of beaded tapestries and First People's tribal art. Inspired by the art of First Nations people of Australia, I began experimenting with their technique, which originates in their body painting tradition. Often their art depicts the land upon which they dwell, actual events, multiple dimensions, visons, dreams or spirits.

My painting isn't of a spiritual nature, but does depict the Dupage River and its subsidiaries near my home. I love the land upon which I dwell and wanted to paint something that would share this with others who hold the earth sacred.

Exploring the forest preserve across the street, through which one branch of the Dupage flows on a regular basis has opened my eyes to myriad life systems, an interconnected web of living organisms large and small. From protozoa and amoeba to coyote and human, all share the same land, intersecting constantly (though most humans are barely aware of anything coexisting along side them aside from other humans and domestic pets).

Like the Australian aboriginal works that inspire me, this painting is a map of the living land and its outstanding characteristics. Alive, the earth beneath my feet vibrates at the cellular level, pulsing with life and a positive energy despite attempts to smother it in layers of asphalt and subdivisions. My painting depicts multiple dimensions sharing the same space and coexisting in harmony. It is a prayer of positive vibration and resonance for Earth herself and all dwelling upon her.

Acrylic on canvas, famed.

Fine art giclee prints are available in different sizes. Contact me and Ill list one on Fineartamerica so you can purchase it on canvas or paper.

Original Aboriginal Inspired Pointalist Painting

Overview

  • Materials: acrylic canvas, wood
  • Feedback: 49 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Illinois, United States.
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