A striking monochrome oil painting unfolds on an unexpected canvas—a melamine shelf rescued from a local park skip. The artist’s creative vision breathes life into this discarded object, transforming it into a unique medium that captures the essence of the nearby park. Shades of black, white, and gray converge to depict a tranquil scene within the confines of the monochrome palette. The textured surface of the melamine shelf adds an unexpected layer to the composition, embodying the imperfections and history of its salvaged existence. The monochrome hues create a timeless quality, accentuating the play of light and shadow in the park landscape. This artwork not only redefines the boundaries of artistic expression but also serves as a poignant reminder of the beauty that can emerge from overlooked and discarded materials, creating a visual dialogue between nature, urban life, and the potential for creative rebirth.
The painting measures 60x80cm. As yet not framed.