Light and darkness

The "Light" picture shows an adapted version of "War of the Worlds" as an interpretation of H.G. Wells. A light that doesn't always have to be positive, right? The superficially "sudden" raid and wiping out of civilians made me draw that comparison. In the painting, one looks at the scene before us as if through a blood- and soot-smeared window. An invasion of the overpowering machines that have no pity and no feelings. A pair of high-rise buildings can be seen on the right-hand side. The leftmost machine is currently sweeping its beam to the right.

It seems as if she would aim directly at the viewer in the next moment. Sitting in the dark might look tempting from far away, but when the light hits you it can wipe you out instantly.

And, to quote H.G. Wells here: "If we don't end the war, the war will end us."


2022, 40x60 cm,
acrylic canvas painting,

470 €


2022, 70x30 cm,
acrylic canvas painting,

540 €

Light 2

2022, 20x20 cm
acrylic canvas painting,

370 €

Azov Sea

2022, 60x40 cm,
acrylic canvas painting,

470 € / reserved