35.4 x 35.4 inch (H*W)
46.8 x 46.8 inch (H*W) with perspex frame measures
90 x 90 cm (H*W)
119 x 119 cm (H*W) with perspex frame measures
Enamel on wood with resin rhinos (in museum grade perspex box frame)
Contemporary Expressive, Wildlife, Activist Art
Rhinos once roamed the lands of Eurasia and Africa in plentiful numbers. Today these numbers have dwindled at an alarming rate and it is rare to see them outside of national parks. Our remaining wild places in the world are declining, and with them the wonderful creatures they are home to. This is mainly due to human actions, poaching and expansion of cities being the main culprits. This work is to remember what these beautiful wild places once were when the rhinos roamed these lands at peace. This is what we need to fight to protect and to regenerate before it’s too late.
These works by Gillie and Marc provide the tangible dimensions of a sculpture with the convenient spatial simplicity of a painting. Multiple layers of impasto are mixed with the paint. With each piece, Gillie and Marc are sharing a part of their unique experience through thick brushstrokes and captivating colours that create a harmonious image that is more than just a painting.
It is important to keep your painting out of direct sunlight and not to lean anything against the surface of the perspex. If it gets dusty, it can be cleaned with a soft dry cloth.
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