Stone Wasp In A Mountain Lake by Mark Sheeky

G151A Stone Wasp In A Mountain Lake
Oil on panel
Jul to Sep 2008, Size 208x288 mm

About this painting
A painting about the death of creativity, or activity perhaps. Wasps are mechanical creatures however, not like the busy bee. Perhaps then, this work is about the death of something robotic, the mourning of the mechanical.

A giant wasp made of stone stands serene in a calm mountain lake in moonlight. A mere husk, the once lively wasp is now calm, dead stone like the age old mountains that surround it.

All artworks from the unconscious contains an enigmatic quality. Paintings are not meant to be understood rationally, but understood emotionally.

Stone Wasp In A Mountain Lake
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