An abstract painting, made in contrasting colors of blue and yellow surrounded by white and brown. Pasted paper elements add a characteristic, interesting texture.
The painting reveals looming fragments of the past, but there are also strong, energetic accents, non-obvious and surprising shapes that suggest that the future may be unexpected and unknown, but also full of hope.
This painting reflects the complexity of the human psyche. The past can influence our future, and at the same time we must face unknown challenges. Nostalgia can be a force that motivates us, but we shouldn’t let it obscure what’s to come. The most important thing is not to lose hope because every day there are new opportunities for a better future.
The work is varnished, signed on the back.
The side edges are a continuation of the painting, so it does not require additional framing.