LANDED, STRANDED

$80.00

OIL ON CANVAS, 2004

20″ X 24″

A reflection upon the evolutionary inversion from aquatic to terrestrial life I used to be Within the Sea; An identity Of You and Me; Submerged In Commonality Of Sounding; Between Airy Heights And Bottom Depths; Waving Correspondence; Through Inseparable Togetherness Of Content with Context. But, Now, Dry; Abstracted Space comes between Us; A separating distance; An unbecoming Outside; Alienating Forms As Fixtures; Stranded in Isolation; Entities; Non-identities; Conflicting; Oblivious of Our Belonging Together. Oxygen; Now, moving Fast; Not Languidly; Tans our Hides; Protecting Our Inner Spaces Against its own Consuming Presence; Supporting Combustion; Burning Us Out. But all this sealing; Removes Our Feeling; Setting Our Content At Odds with Our Context; So that we push Against the Pull; With Backs to Front; Itching to Relieve Unbearable Friction. And So Now Just Let’s Go And, with Loving Fear Dive into the Clear And Swim Where it’s Cool To be In With the Pool Together.

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Description

Professionally printed giclee canvas prints which maintain the texture, color and look of the original paintings. The loose canvas prints are reproduced on acid and lignin free cotton-poly exhibition canvas with an elegantly textured matte finish and wide color gamut. The canvas base is enhanced with plastic polymers and a UV-inhibiting coating ready for gallery wrapping. Dimensions are approximate to the nearest inch and do not include an additional one-inch perimeter.

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About the Artist

Dr. Alan Rayner has been expressing awareness of Natural Inclusion through his art for over fifty years using oils, acrylics, watercolors and inks on a variety of surfaces. He has acquired a colorful, technically unrefined, symbolic style in order to depict imaginary scenes that would come into mind ‘out of the blue’ while drawing inspiration from the natural world. 

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