Today I found an article: it was about death.
But the thing that captured my attention was a picture:
This is “I’m erasing you”, Oil on canvas 40 x 50 cm, created by Linnea Strid, a young and beautiful Swedish artist that discovered and took over the art and talent of transpose the look&feel of light, shadows, reflections and complexion on canvas such as a camera does on films.
The image I showed impressed me not just for its perfect execution, but also for a sense that transmitted me: it was close to something I’m feeling in this period - close, but not exactly the same. Looking among other creations of the artist - more and more excited about what I could discover - finally I found something I stopped on. For a minute. And a minute again. And then five.
That was. Yeah.
“I was looking for fishes and all you gave me was a hand full of water”, Oil on board, 55,5 x 30,5 cm.