Pandemic Hug No.3
"Pandemic Hug" is a poignant triptych that captures the essence of our collective yearning for connection during times of isolation. In this evocative piece, the free-flowing and chaotic brushstrokes mirror the wreckage of interpersonal connections disrupted by the pandemic. The canvas serves as a reflection of the loneliness that enveloped us all, highlighting the fractures in our once-close relationships. Amidst the chaos, there is a palpable desperation depicted—a profound yearning for care and comfort. The abstract forms seem to reach out, each stroke embodying a plea for a reassuring touch or a warm embrace. The colour palette oscillates between muted tones and vibrant bursts, symbolising the contrast between the desolation of solitude and the vibrancy of human connection."Pandemic Hug" encapsulates the universal desire for solace and love in a world that temporarily distanced us. Through its dynamic composition, the triptych invites viewers to reflect on the resilience of the human spirit and the profound need for emotional sustenance during times of upheaval.
Painting / Acrylic on Paper
Cindy’s Art Studio in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
41cm (W) x 56cm (H)
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