So many rivers (2009), c 10′

This work endeavours to portray concepts that are both literal and allegorical in nature. The composition begins as it ends, with a calm, almost meditative state, but in between its curves and meanderings we detect the gradual emergence of almost hidden movement – the subtle shifts of mood, the gathering momentum with hints of playfulness, the growing turbulence, the troubled and sometimes tormented complexity that may eventually find its way through to a flowing serenity, and not to forget the ‘passing nod’ that reflects the historical and cultural influence of the various regions that may be encountered on this journey.

Sign up for e-news

Latest from Insta

2 weeks ago
  • 67
  • 1
2 weeks ago
  • 121
  • 4
4 weeks ago
  • 106
  • 4
1 month ago
  • 101
  • 2
2 months ago
  • 42
  • 1
2 months ago
  • 119
  • 3

Latest from Facebook

NZTrio
NZTrio2 days ago
It’s World Coffee Day today and wow are we’re grateful to coffee for getting us through so many practise sessions, rehearsals, and early morning flights! ☕️😘

📸: Ashley Brown – cellist and coffee connoisseur
rfwbs-sliderfwbs-sliderfwbs-slide
X