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Bitumen by Susanne Bianchi,

When I visit Tasmania I hit the bitumen.  Like a modern-day explorer, I use bitumen roads and highways to seek the natural beauty of Tasmania.  Highways traverse and float over the land acting like a magic carpet to take me where I want to go. However with today’s ever-growing civilisation it hides Tasmania’s natural beauty. We must look past the black, grey and white, to see the natural colours of Tasmania.  It is there underneath, waiting to be discovered.

Layers of blue green orange and purple represent natural Tasmania, it’s beautiful trees, mountains, lakes, rivers and sky.

These  layers are then covered in grey and white to represent today’s continual encroachment of buildings and development on the landscape.  Grey and white signifies tin, concrete and steel which are all dull uninspiring colours.  Over the grey and white a harsh black then represents the bitumen.

 

Bitumen.

Susanne Bianchi

AUD$1,200
Size: 91w x 121h x 5d cms
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Bitumen is painted in Oil on stretched canvas.  Ready to Hang.

 

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Bitumen by Susanne Bianchi,

When I visit Tasmania I hit the bitumen.  Like a modern-day explorer, I use bitumen roads and highways to seek the natural beauty of Tasmania.  Highways traverse and float over the land acting like a magic carpet to take me where I want to go. However with today’s ever-growing civilisation it hides Tasmania’s natural beauty. We must look past the black, grey and white, to see the natural colours of Tasmania.  It is there underneath, waiting to be discovered.

Layers of blue green orange and purple represent natural Tasmania, it’s beautiful trees, mountains, lakes, rivers and sky.

These  layers are then covered in grey and white to represent today’s continual encroachment of buildings and development on the landscape.  Grey and white signifies tin, concrete and steel which are all dull uninspiring colours.  Over the grey and white a harsh black then represents the bitumen.

 

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