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  • Lion’s Gate•

    Green has the most natural variants of all the colors. Most people associate it with growth, newness, and nature. It is also associated with envy, greed, money, and nausea.

    In this view of the Lion’s Gate bridge, the bridge is flexible and shaped like parentheses which enclose Vancouver as an afterthought. There’s turbulence above and turbulence below.

    Bridges are usually positive signifiers in that they create a link between two shores. In this case, there’s a flexing, stormy rejection. This bridge doesn’t want to be crossed.

     

    Acrylic on Canvas, 12″ x 24″
    Autumn, 2015
    Located at: Private Collection (SOLD)
    (Alternate version at my studio.)