76cm x 60cm acrylic on canvas, unframed
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Description of “Bubble Karma”

Artist Statement

Painted on Melbourne’s 200th day of COVID lockdowns, this painting is about how isolated people reach out to form “bubbles” of connection. The central red object represents the tension and anxiety of isolation, while the thick wavy red and then blue marks emanating around it represent cooling attempts to reach out. A demonic creature smirks below, a personification of the virus perhaps?

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1 Comment

Fascinating to see the way you have built up this painting. And interesting to hear your explanation. I'll look forward to seeing more videos. Good stuff. Neville Christie

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