The picture shows a desert with a tree trunk and a clock showing 5 to 12. Two cubes appear to be spaced miles apart. The cube in the foreground sprouts some water while the one in the background is dry.
Two drops of water are dripping from the sky and from the foreground cube.
There is a deserted white city in the background. The painting is based on imagination.
It reminds me of the quote attributed to an Indian Chief – When the last fish has been caught and the last tree has been felled you will realize that you cannot eat money.
The painting is in acrylics on a 17x24cm Hahnemuhle carton. Please contact me via my contact page to enquire about the mounted original or limited edition prints which are available in different sizes.
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