Drifting Towards the Shore I & II – resin on wood painting

 490.00 incl. btw

We drift along with fierce, but also calmer waves on the way to the destination, which always bring us back to ourselves.

My work is inspired by water. Everything you can find at sea can also be found in your own feeling. You are always on the move, floating on the sea, from high waves to calm bays. From icebergs to deep on the seabed.

Drifting Towards The Shore is part of a larger collection of works that relate to the vastness and power of the ocean. The theme that connects all these paintings is “Atlas of the Ocean”. The work gives a feeling of freedom and connectedness, and seeks the connection with a greater power.

This painting comes in two variations. One with more transparent foam, and one with a somewhat wider and softer foam layer. You can select which painting appeals to you the most.

The name Atlas refers to Greek mythology where Atlas was given the task of ensuring that the earth (Gaia) and the sky (Uranus) could not reach each other. These works seek the connection again.

Drifting Towards The Shore comes into its own on a somewhat shorter wall, for example a somewhat smaller room, hall or staircase, or together with other paintings in a gallery wall.

This work is made on a wooden surface and built up in layers with resin / epoxy. This gives the work a lot of depth. Due to the transparency of the layers, the white foam also reflects the underlying layers. This creates a spatial effect.

The work has a size of 37 cm in diameter

Shipping:standard shipping costs are calculated in the ordering process based on your destination. I will calculate the exact shipping cost and if there is a mismatch I will send you a refund or invoice for additional shipping charges. You never pay more than the actual shipping costs.

PICK UP: Of course you can always pick up the painting yourself at the studio in Breda, the Netherlands.

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Suspension and care

  • Ready to hang
  • If the surface gets dusty, you can wipe the artwork with a soft lint-free cloth or a soft brush / paintbrush.
  • Avoid corrosive materials, (paper) towels or similar materials that can damage the surface.

If you have any questions, you can always ask me via email: laura (at) lauwpauw.com

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Drifting Towards The Shore I, Drifting Towards The Shore II