Like a carnival dancer swirling through a street of colour, this painting captures a deep desire to be free, confident and spontaneous. With the wide, free spiral of a roller I could, for a moment, surrender to that freedom. But the ordered geometry with it's meditative, repetitive lines, shapes and forms symbolise the order amidst the chaos and the calm and silence behind the cacophony of colour and sound. This piece could be viewed on many levels. The twelve sided geometric polygons can be seen as a symbol of time, our preoccupation with schedules and deadlines. Our need to break free and follow our intuition, if even for a short spin. The geometry, being mostly hidden may also be seen to hint at a hidden order behind the apparent chaos of daily life, whether this be the psychological structures we hold in our minds that help us order the events in our lives or possibly, deeply held spiritual beliefs that enable us to see meaning, even in the mundane.

Artwork Size & Ink Base:

Acrylic, Inks, Paper, 100 cm x 100 cm

Artwork Style

  • Abstract
  • Digital Art | NFT
  • Animalistic
  • Expressionism
  • Figurative
  • Impressionism
  • Landscape
  • Minimalism
  • Mixed Media | Pop Art
  • Realism

Artwork Size

  • Less than 50cm
  • Up to 1m50
  • More than 1m50

Painting Technique

  • Acrylic
  • Chalk
  • Collage | Digital
  • Oil
  • Pastel
  • Pencil
  • Resin | Epoxy
  • Spray Paint
  • Watercolor
  • Mixed Media
  • Photography

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