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Shimmering Yellow Sky
How did our prehistoric ancestors see their world? For them the horizon was their TV set. The colours of the sky and water were constantly changing and they knew not why. I try to evoke how they felt while looking at these spectacles. Minimalist, atmospheric, ethereal and surrealistic.
How did our prehistoric ancestors see their world? For them the horizon was their TV set. The colours of the sky and water were constantly changing and they knew not why. I try to evoke how they felt while looking at these spectacles. Minimalist, atmospheric, ethereal and surrealistic.
How did our prehistoric ancestors see their world? For them the horizon was their TV set. The colours of the sky and water were constantly changing and they knew not why. I try to evoke how they felt while looking at these spectacles. Minimalist, atmospheric, ethereal and surrealistic.
How did our prehistoric ancestors see their world? For them the horizon was their TV set. The colours of the sky and water were constantly changing and they knew not why. I try to evoke how they felt while looking at these spectacles. Minimalist, atmospheric, ethereal and surrealistic.
How did our prehistoric ancestors see their world? For them the horizon was their TV set. The colours of the sky and water were constantly changing and they knew not why. I try to evoke how they felt while looking at these spectacles. Minimalist, atmospheric, ethereal and surrealistic.  Although this colourful 36"48" oil on canvas is sold, the image is available for commissioning.
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Shimmering Yellow Sky

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How did our prehistoric ancestors see their world? For them the horizon was their TV set. The colours of the sky and water were constantly changing and they knew not why. I try to evoke how they felt while looking at these spectacles. Minimalist, atmospheric, ethereal and surrealistic.

Although this colourful 36"48" oil on canvas is sold, the image is available for commissioning.