With art, I try to convey the importance of protecting the environment and biodiversity. In this particular painting I wanted to give shape to Mother Nature, depicting her as I imagined her: partly plant, partly animal, with human features and wrapped in rain – source of water and life. This almost mythological figure, who gives life to all of us, has in fact the breast deliberately clearly visible, as a representation of fertility. Under the breast, however, we notice an important detail: she is bleeding. She is showing us her deep wound, which unequivocally recalls the grave abuses that we as mankind are afflicting her. To give more truth to this wound, I covered it with my blood. This fantastic creature also has my features, even if not imprinted too clearly, wanting instead to give her also universal traits. So, my intention was to create a work, yes, very personal, but that would involve each of us.
Mother Nature reveals other important details: despite the deep wound, she is standing in front of us, still alive and alert: we still have time to save her and to avoid further disasters, but we must act quickly!
Dimensions: Height 100 cm, Width 80 cm, Depth 2 cmTechnique: oil on canvas with blood of the artistYear: 2017 Ready to hang. Signed by hand. A certificate of authenticity and description are provided. The artwork is delivered mounted in a natural wood box-frame.
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2How does the shipment work?
As soon as you order and pay for your artwork, I will activate to pack it safely and ship it. Shipping costs are included in the price all over the world. Customs fees, if they will be there, are not included in the price. The shipping time is about 14 days, but it depends on where the artwork is destined.
3What if I am not satisfied with the artwork once I get it?
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, once received, please do not hesitate to write to me, we will find a solution. It is possible to send the painting back at your expense, the cost of the painting will be refunded in full once it is returned to me.
4Are the artworks limited?
The original paintings are unique and unrepeatable. Prints on paper and canvas are produced in limited numbers. The works produced with Engraving Techniques are printed by hand in a maximum of 15 copies.