Connected | City Mist Mono Painting by Yuliya Martynova

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Connected | City Mist Mono

Yuliya Martynova

United Kingdom

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Painting: Watercolor on Paper.

300gsm 100% cotton rug paper (superior colour holding qualities, rough edges)
shipped in a tube
supplied with a certificate of authenticity

The subject of the Connected series is the issue of social displacement in fast paced urban environment. Its positive and negative impact on an individual. When people are leaving small towns in favour of mega cities, they inevitably join the chase. Whether their race is, fashion, money, fame, power or wealth each one's after, the price is ultimately parting with your own identity in order to fit into the system and follow the crowd.

Depending on their vice, they form smaller flocks growing ties and amassing new followers.
The world of "connected " is also an image of our immersion into the lives dominated by the electronic connections, ephemeral, fragile in nature; those that available on demand.
On the positive side, the artist draws parallels between the paper plane as manmade creation, perfectly shaped to fly with little support, and modern young person. Admiring courage, determination despite at times obvious immaturity and lack of responsibility often criticised as purposeless existence much like the existence of a paper plane.

* accept commissions on this series
min size 56x76cm
max 140 x250 cm single piece






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