THOUGHTS ON PAINTING
The artist of this painting attempts to reconcile a love for rural architecture and the semi-abstract representation of it. He often taps into the subconscious, using acrylic on canvas and straight lines, but the most interesting part are the houses in the center of the painting, which remain very clear, while the ones in forefront and back are almost transparent and blurred. Basic and familiar greens, reds and yellows dominate this piece and the absence of a sky is disturbingly noticeable, or rather the representation of it as a featureless, white, blank space on paper. Perhaps what isn’t there only adds to the beauty of what is there.