The river monster wept

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Rachel Rozario

36 x 36 inches

Mixed media with oil, Gallery Wrapped Canvas

I once crossed a long river with an uncomfortable, hard wooden boat. 
As we sliced through the muddy waters, I was instantly charmed by the quiet and ancient jungle that fenced the river with the sounds of birds that were hidden in sight. 
It was magical. 
But, the river felt forlorn. 
And that’s when ‘The River Monster Wept’ came to being.

Inspiration
Blue doesn’t exist in nature. It is only an imagination. 
The ancient languages did not have a word for blue. Scientists claim that blue is rare. Its pigment is hard to find. 
Yet, our eyes are captivated by the color. We see it everywhere; walks on the beach, the flower we picked from the ground and when we look up at the sky. 
This series captures and amplifies the mystery of blue. 
As you gaze at the painting that attracts your eyes, be attentive to what feelings get evoke. Maybe, probably its whispering an untold story.

Description

Rachel Rozario

36 x 36 inches

Mixed media with oil, Gallery Wrapped Canvas

I once crossed a long river with an uncomfortable, hard wooden boat. 
As we sliced through the muddy waters, I was instantly charmed by the quiet and ancient jungle that fenced the river with the sounds of birds that were hidden in sight. 
It was magical. 
But, the river felt forlorn. 
And that’s when ‘The River Monster Wept’ came to being.

Inspiration
Blue doesn’t exist in nature. It is only an imagination. 
The ancient languages did not have a word for blue. Scientists claim that blue is rare. Its pigment is hard to find. 
Yet, our eyes are captivated by the color. We see it everywhere; walks on the beach, the flower we picked from the ground and when we look up at the sky. 
This series captures and amplifies the mystery of blue. 
As you gaze at the painting that attracts your eyes, be attentive to what feelings get evoke. Maybe, probably its whispering an untold story.

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