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By Eden Gallery,
Posted Apr 12, 2023 ,
In Art Blog, Plum, SN
Art has long been used as a means to grapple with the complexities of the human experience, from joy to pain, love to lose, and everything in between. One particularly powerful theme explored by artists throughout history is that of mortality. The artists' SN and PLUM use a variety of mediums and techniques to explore the inevitability of death and the transience of life. Through examining their work, we see how art can serve as a tool for grappling with existential questions and the human experience of mortality.
SN's photography is deeply rooted in his love for the natural world, particularly animals and landscapes. In addition to his stunning photography, SN also creates mixed media artworks that explore the theme of mortality. Works like "Double Skull," "Front Skull Large," and "The Golden Skull" use charcoal and mixed media on fine art paper, with "The Golden Skull" adding 24K gold leaf to the mix. The use of skulls, a symbol of death, is combined with intricate detail and textures to create a work that is both haunting and beautiful.
The addition of mixed media elements, such as charcoal and gold leaf, creates a tactile experience for the viewer, drawing them into the work and encouraging them to contemplate its deeper meaning. Through these works, SN confronts the inevitability of death and encourages us to consider the fragility and transience of life. The combination of dark and striking imagery with fine details and textures creates a work that is both thought-provoking and visually captivating.
Similarly, PLUM's artwork explores the theme of mortality through his use of visual metaphors and symbolism. Works like "Rainbow Skull" and "Venetian Skull" combine feathers and mixed media to create a striking and thought-provoking image. The use of skulls, a powerful symbol of death, is combined with bright colors and textures to create a work that simultaneously celebrates life and acknowledges its fleeting nature.
Both SN and PLUM demonstrate how art can serve as a powerful tool for exploring complex themes and emotions. Through their unique approaches to art, they are able to convey the weight and complexity of mortality in a way that is both beautiful and profound. These artists remind us of the role art plays in contemporary society as a means of exploring the depths of the human experience and encouraging us to grapple with existential questions.
In a world that can often feel overwhelming and uncertain, art provides a means of connecting with our shared humanity and finding solace in the beauty of the world around us. The work of SN and PLUM is a testament to the enduring power of art to move, inspire, and transform. Whether through photography, mixed media, or any other medium, art continues to be an essential part of our ongoing conversations about the nature of life and death. To explore more artworks, visit Eden Gallery.
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