Speech Of A Decay n°3 Painting by Marijah Bac Cam

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Speech Of A Decay n°3

Marijah Bac Cam

France

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Size: 21.3 W x 28.7 H x 0.8 in

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Painting: Spray Paint, Ink, Marker on Canvas.

Part of a series of 3 streched canvas each 73 x 54 x 2 cm (28,74 x 21,25 x 0,78 in) with spray paint, ink and marker.

* Possibility of acquiring the 3 works of the same series in triptych. See in the portfolio.

With 'Speech Of A Decay n°3' I am painting here the necessity of a necessary change for our future and that of our planet. The recent events due to the health crisis of Covid-19 shows us that we must give respite to our Mother Earth. It may be a deaf cry, like a foreign language for some, but a gold price for our future.

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Je peins ici la nécessité d'un changement nécessaire pour notre avenir et celui de notre planète. Les évènements derniers dû à la crise sanitaire du Covid-19 nous démontre que nous devons laisser du répit à notre Terre mère. Il peut s'agir d'un cri sourd, comme une langue étrangère pour certains, mais d'un prix d'or pour notre avenir.


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