Peaceful Silence Triptych


Peaceful Silence Central Canvas 24 x 36 Acrylic on Canvas

Peaceful Silence Central Canvas

Peaceful Silence (Interchangeable Triptych)

I did this painting in 2008 when I was 21 years old.

Acrylic on 3 canvases

smaller canvases – 18 x 24

large middle one – 36 x 24 – more complete than others which symbolizes the midst of nature which seems more complete. Read the description:

As far as I know from research, I’m the first to come up with an interchangeable representational canvases idea with this experimental piece. It interchanges which ever way you combine it, horizontally, regardless which ever panels you combine together. I also went beyond this in the next experiment piece with 4 square canvases, but interchanging any which way, not just horizontally.

I left the two side panels in this unfinished in the concept that nature is constantly in the process of creation, yet the central canvas is more finished which represents nature’s perfection.

They all interchange with the concept that nature never stays the same.

The entire piece I visualized from imagination, no photo references used. Inspired by a trip to Northern California that year.