Nature - Mineral and Plant Kakemonos
Mineral and plant are my nature inspiration for this new kakemono diptych. They represent survival to the sands of time in two different ways.
Underground minerals slowly mute for thousands of years and become precious stones, with remarkable shapes and transparencies; overland, jungles and forests develop their luxuriance depending on season, a rhythmic cycle with high and off-peak periods, but still unalterable.
On a purple gradation background, which illustrates the coldness of the rock with its colour, and with its changing shade the luminous transparency of precious stones, colourful fragments are sewn like ornamental gemstones.
This high and round superimposition evokes leaves, trees and birds rising to the sun with exotic shades. Some stylized arcs of a circle appear like light beams through branches, warming up the scene.