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The Settlement

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AN OLD FARMHOUSE is barely discernible amidst the trees and bramble. From the vantage point of a twilight traveler, the bizarre and anomalous sunset takes the form of the old building, which is then reflected in its tiny window. This visual echo evokes the temporality of life and our connection to Sol.

Mark Rothko, the revered mid 20th century artist, claimed that his large, coloured rectangle paintings were not, in fact abstract. Conversely, I claim that this new painting,in which the viewer may or may not discover a house set in a twilight roadside field, is, in one sense, abstract. (Sold)

40" x 30" x 1.75"

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About the artist
About the artist

Marina has a BFA from OCADU, where she was awarded the Forsythe Scholarship. She has exhibited across Canada, the United States and internationally. Her work has appeared in the TV series ‘Suits’, British Vogue, The Huffington Post, as well as noteworthy collections in North America and overseas, ... View full profile

Almonte, Ontario
Partial artist since 2018

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