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The Imminent Rainbow portrays a solitary female figure reclining in a field of long grass.  Before her brews a large threatening storm.  She is hoping to see a rainbow.  Her hair is made from a large pink Dandelion head and as the wind blows it carries away some of the seed heads, just like the passing of her thoughts.

There is a Rainbow Lorikeet couple happily sitting on her hand and gently preening each other.  The green tree frog symbolises my childhood obsession with frogs which I tended to have a knack for finding…..They like to live in places like the tubular throat of a Pitcher Plant, which are the carnivorous plants depicted here.  Flies and insects fall inside the Pitcher Plant and drown in a pool of water at the bottom of the throat.  As the plants dissolve the flies, I imagine that digestion gases must be omitted….hence the bubbles.      All this sunny brightness is contrasted by a dark and threatening stormy sky…..And when happy sunshine meets the rain, one can expect to see a rainbow!

The Imminent Rainbow

Laural Retz

AUD$2,200
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Acrylic paint and gloss varnish on stretched Fredrix 12oz canvas

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The Imminent Rainbow portrays a solitary female figure reclining in a field of long grass.  Before her brews a large threatening storm.  She is hoping to see a rainbow.  Her hair is made from a large pink Dandelion head and as the wind blows it carries away some of the seed heads, just like the passing of her thoughts.

There is a Rainbow Lorikeet couple happily sitting on her hand and gently preening each other.  The green tree frog symbolises my childhood obsession with frogs which I tended to have a knack for finding…..They like to live in places like the tubular throat of a Pitcher Plant, which are the carnivorous plants depicted here.  Flies and insects fall inside the Pitcher Plant and drown in a pool of water at the bottom of the throat.  As the plants dissolve the flies, I imagine that digestion gases must be omitted….hence the bubbles.      All this sunny brightness is contrasted by a dark and threatening stormy sky…..And when happy sunshine meets the rain, one can expect to see a rainbow!

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