A rain of flora falls on the world. Playing against the laws of gravity, sturdy plants and flowers do not fall on the ground head first. They descend from a night sky like a feather pushed by the wind, suspended and gently. Strange weather than this downpour that looks at me. Strange questions suddenly formulated! Wouldn't the gaping mouths of these bluish cabbages just give birth to boys up there? Can I draw on these artichoke leaves and eat them
or will they resist the pressure of my fingers like the vegetable out of the ground and still raw? From where he watches me, wouldn't Monet notice anything if I stole some of his water lilies from him? The rain of flora opens my appetite and sharpens my imagination.
Pluie de flore, 2019
- DIMENSIONS | 40x50cm
- TECHNIQUE | Oil on Linen
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- Artwork on supported wooden frame. Ready to hang. Framing on request.
- Original work delivered with a certificate of authenticity