Komorebi, oil on canvas, 150 x 100 x 2 cm
Komorebi, the dappled sunlight fills my gaze. I look through the leaves to the sky beyond. A new day beckons, I am full of hope.
Komorebi is an abstract interpretation of the Japanese word "Komorebi", which refers to the dappled sunlight that filters through leaves. The canvas is dominated by a vibrant palette of greens, yellows, reds and oranges, with splashes of deep blues and purples interspersed throughout.
The composition is characterised by swirling strokes of colour that seem to mimic the movement of leaves blowing in the wind. The forms overlap and intertwine, creating a complex web of lines and curves. Interspersed throughout the painting are small circles of white, which evoke the sensation of sunlight breaking through the leaves.
Despite the complexity of the brush strokes, there is a sense of balance and harmony to the composition. The colours and shapes seem to work together seamlessly, creating a sense of energy and movement that is both invigorating and calming.
Komorebi is a celebration of the beauty and magic of sunlight filtering through leaves. It invites the viewer to get lost in the intricate details of the painting, while also providing a sense of openness and lightness that is reminiscent of the natural world. It is ready to hang