45.3 x 45.3 inch (H*W)
115 x 115 cm (H*W)
Enamel on wood
Contemporary Pop Art, Romanticism, Adventure
In this thought-provoking round Woodcut painting, a multitude of endangered rhinos are depicted walking endlessly in circles. The circular motion of the rhinos symbolizes the vicious cycle of their plight and the challenges they face. It serves as a powerful allegory for the destructive human activities, such as poaching and habitat loss, that continuously threaten their existence. The repetition of their movement reflects the ongoing struggle and the urgent need for intervention to break this cycle. The painting invites viewers to contemplate the damaging impact of human actions on these magnificent creatures and calls for immediate action to protect and conserve their population before it's too late.
Gillie and Marc’s latest work is an exciting explosion between their painting and sculpture. With a love for both 2D and 3D work they have created a unique style of work which are in essence sculptured paintings.
Gillie and Marc spent a lot of their early creative life in Ubud, Bali. This was the home of painted wood carvings. They began to collect many Balinese wood carvings and learned how to artistically paint wood. Over the years they experimented in relief woodcuts looking to give it a contemporary feel. Much of their inspiration is looking at traditional art forms like bronze sculpture and wood carving and then creating ways to make it contemporary.
They are excited and proud to introduce their latest and favourite collection “Woodcut POP". These are carved wooden panels primed and sealed and then painted with a pop gloss enamel. These vibrant and exciting works allow the 2D paintings to fly off the wall giving excitement and dimension to wall art. Rabbitgirl and Dogman literally pop off the wall in a 3D effect. The modern explosion of colour and vibrancy is contemporary art at its cutting edge.
Galleries, collectors and corporates across the globe have already fallen in love with Woodcut POP with 10 major commissions now in progress.
It is important to keep your painting out of direct sunlight and not to lean anything against the surface of the wood. If it gets dusty, it can be cleaned with a soft dry cloth.
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