Imaginary landscapes – abstract painting

The paintings can be seen as imaginary landscapes or as map details. In satellite images we can see areas of the earth affected by floods, melting glaciers or drought, deforestation and desertification, arid areas or others devastated by tornadoes. All these are obvious signs of the effects of global warming and climate change in recent times.

We can also imagine various aspects of landforms and landform evolution typical of geomorphology.

These abstract paintings are a continuation of the “Imaginary Maps” project.

Tecnique: Granulating watercolor pigments and Lunar Black pigment Daniel Smith watercolor on Lanaquarelle paper, sizes: 56×76 cm, 28×38 cm, 19×28 cm, 2022-2023.

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Floods and erosion

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Melting glaciers, glacial valleys, waterfalls and streams

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Arid areas