Invading Nature I, 2019
Oil and oil pastels on canvas
100cm x50cm
Invading Nature II, 2019
Oil on canvas
80cm x 160 cm
Invading Nature III, 2020
30cm x 30cm
OIl on canvas

Living
Monument
of it’s own
Disappearance

A series of tree painting recreate a clean and modern interior space, the private atmosphere invaded by nature proclamation of survival.
In the contemporary world more distant is the relation between man and nature, the destruction is seen as needed for human houses or the building of stores for the capitalist gain. Even though cities have destroyed the human-nature bond, when all we see through our windows is more edifices and breath only pollution, we aim to bring home nature, in canvas or indoor plants. We tamed nature and we bring them inside as a reminder of the now far away natural world.

The main focus is displayed in nature, every painting as a window opened to an exterior view, and an interior contaminated by it.
We can read a sequence of spaces that are getting darker,- with an intrusive light that helps guide our eyes – the interior is slowly getting consumed (most notorious on Nature III ).
The pallet of colour supports this flow, more brown, red and blue tones evoking this destruction and melting of human and nature worlds together.
Aiming to represent the power and necessity of nature and the urgency to nourish it.