Perpetual Struggle


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Perpetual Struggle

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Municipality: Erschwil
District: Thierstein
Canton: Solothurn
Country: Switzerland
Trees: European ash (Fraxinus excelsior), European beech (Fagus sylvatica), European silver fir (Abies alba), European yew (Taxus baccata), Norway maple (Acer platanoides), Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris), small leaved lime (Tilia cordata)
Season: Winter
Month: March
Mood: Enigmatic and mysterious
Colours: Grey, white
Depiction: March’s winter onslaught transforms the landscape into a spectral realm. In the face of a relentless blizzard, trees stand resilient. A blurring dance, the air thickens with swirling snowflakes. The snow obscures the distinction between foreground and background. The once-defined silhouette of trees eludes perception. Barely discernible against the monochrome of white and muted grey, their forms blend.
Nature’s stark minimalism manifests with a hill looming in the distance. Its contours softened by the ceaseless snowfall. Greyscale and subdued tones ooze the atmosphere. In a perpetual state of hushed anticipation, the world exists. The sky echoes the wintry desolation, a brooding expanse of grey.
Bare branches shiver in the biting cold, enduring nature’s relentlessness. Due to the abstraction, its enigmatic quality rises. It invites peering beyond the obvious. And to decipher the subtle dance between snow and skeletal trees. Perpetual Struggle emerges in the harshest conditions of winter’s icy grip.

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Canson Arches Aquarelle Rag, Aluminium Dibond


30×20 cm, 60×40 cm, 90×60 cm, 120×80 cm




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