A mixture of ideas - the climate crisis, M.C. Escher’s illogical perspective artworks, and my fascination with geometric shapes - went into the blender and out came this work! The result was a complete surprise to me, yet, it reflects back on my earlier “In Harmony” series, which addresses my dream for the healthy and the respectful coexistence of that which is manmade and the natural world.
“Nature-Tecture” joins together architectural forms with plant life – thus the play on words in the title. A serious question arises in my mind: Will we be able to protect the life we know today, or will the changes in the climate force us to live in a new reality?
And yet, there is a brighter side to this piece: my choice of playful colors and a new mix of materials hints of optimism and discovery. This decision was also a surprise – a happy one. Today, I choose to focus on solutions, positivity, and joy.
This work is professionally framed and ready for hanging. The frame is white and the work floats atop a white mat. To highlight yet protect the three-dimensional elements of this work, I invested in non-glare Museum Acrylic as its cover.
Mixed Media-Paper, Wire Mesh, Aluminum, Photos
15.75"H x 11.75"W x 1.5"D
(40cm H x 30cm W x 4cm D)