Setting fire to our insides Painting by Johanna Bath

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Painting: Acrylic, Oil, Spray Paint on Canvas.

This artwork I painted for my recent solo show called „hold your breath - young to ten“.

In my entire body of work, I think about the construct of time a lot and I try to find ways to depict aspects and ideas of time, timing or the passing of time and how it affects us in our lives as humans. The fact that our time is limited and often timing can turn out beautifully or disastrous makes life so unique. I also like my paintings to be quiet, in some way silent and like a frozen moment.
I like the idea that the the viewer slows down for a second and connects with my feelings I had when painting the piece at the time.

*please note that due to its size and in order to provide safe shipping the artwork will be send as the canvas unmounted from the frame. It needs to be stretched and mounted again.


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Setting fire to our insides

Johanna Bath

Germany

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Size: 37.4 W x 47.2 H x 0.8 in

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