In a captivating oil painting on a canvas reclaimed from melamine, a scene of cultural richness unfolds, depicting a set of steps leading to the water adorned with two Korean statues. The artist’s brushstrokes bring life to the textured surface of the reclaimed melamine, creating an evocative backdrop for the dual symbolism embedded in the statues. The steps cascade toward the water, inviting contemplation and connection. The Korean statues, steeped in cultural significance, serve a dual purpose—symbolizing protection and fertility. Their presence adds depth to the artwork, conveying a sense of cultural heritage and spiritual resonance. The artist’s choice of warm green tones enhances the harmonious fusion of nature, art, and cultural symbolism. This painting stands as a testament to the transformative power of reclaimed materials, merging artistic expression with cultural narrative in a celebration of protection, fertility, and the cyclical beauty of life.
Oil on melamine. Unframed. 60x 60cm