NOAR Põhja- ja Baltimaade kaasaegse kunsti keskkond

SILDID: NOBA Award´21  

Where the trees gone, 2020

31x47cm

oil on board


Where the trees gone – a title that reflects current global issues that humans are facing in their environment. Industrial urbanisation is being expanded by the price of nature. By using photography my task was deliberately reduce the view by making it look like a city model, architectural visualisation. Monochromatic colors of the painting reflects the domination of concrete, monotony, the destruction of nature and making the environment seem to be synthetic. The bright light that exposes makes the whole urban landscape look fake, like unreal reality. The painting was exhibited in Vilnius international painting Triennial in the museum of applied arts and design in 2020-2021