Acrylic, pumice and cheesecloth on canvas
Home for some is a satisfaction and comfort of living, however nature is affected at the cost of human satisfaction.
As urban expansion spreads, nature and its pure beauty thins out to a single twig.
Pumice is applied in a natural way to show the build-up and deterioration of nature, while the smooth geometric application of paint idealizes an urban appeal.
The intent is to show how one affects the other, while creating a sense of uneasiness in the viewer. The harsh visual contrast in the painting exemplifies the diverging ideas of home.