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The Shape of Things to Come No 6 by Katherine Boland – Original painting

In this work, I explore the Buddhist concept of impermanence and change through the potent forces which shape the planet – the constant convergence, divergence, and transformation of Earth’s crust. Paint forms fissures, allowing it to flow or settle and find its own level. Layers are scraped back revealing what lies beneath. Plains of impasto medium create continents which slip and slide like tectonic plates; a fusion of media reacting like a primordial broth, fabricating a kind of alchemy to produce ‘geological’ effects.

Impermanence is the constant transformation of things. Without impermanence, there can be no life. — Thích Nhất Hạnh

 

 

 

The Shape of Things to Come No 6

Katherine Boland

AUD$5,800
Size: 120w x 120h x 2d cms
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Woodstain, liming solution, black Japan, enamel on timber panel

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The Shape of Things to Come No 6 by Katherine Boland – Original painting

In this work, I explore the Buddhist concept of impermanence and change through the potent forces which shape the planet – the constant convergence, divergence, and transformation of Earth’s crust. Paint forms fissures, allowing it to flow or settle and find its own level. Layers are scraped back revealing what lies beneath. Plains of impasto medium create continents which slip and slide like tectonic plates; a fusion of media reacting like a primordial broth, fabricating a kind of alchemy to produce ‘geological’ effects.

Impermanence is the constant transformation of things. Without impermanence, there can be no life. — Thích Nhất Hạnh

 

 

 

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