Mathias Chirombo, Zimbabwe
Medium : oil, boiled linseed oil, print making ink, fabric paint, stitching, glue and liquin on canvas
Size : 90 cm x 140 cm
This series of paintings explores the deep relation and spiritual interaction between humans, nature and the ancestors. His series of predominantly blue paintings, which is informed by the death of his father, alludes to emotional intensity associated with deepwaters. In these works he contemplates the experience of crossing over from the realm of the living to the world of the dead, and from human to spirit form. Expended by the pain of loss, Chirombo mourns through these works by reaching towards the power and wisdom of those who have come before and who continue to communicate.
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