Burrard Street Bridge (in transition)
This is a rather different type of painting that definitely requires a description. The bridge is an iconic one that is located at the entrance to False Creek in Vancouver. It is iconic due to its architectural features that make it unique. I've always wanted to do a painting "in the negative", that is to say, like the negative of an old black and white photograph where the lights are darks and the darks are light. The left side of the painting starts out that way. Then in the centre of the painting it transitions to the positive over to the right side of the painting. The left side of the painting can be interpreted as being in an alternate dimension to ours. It then goes through a series of shocks that result in major displacements through the shock zone before it immerges into a dimension that we are more familiar with and can relate to. The painting also includes one of the Aquabus water cabs which are so very popular in False Creek.
|Contents:||Boat, Vehicle, Transportation, Watercraft, Vessel, Adventure, Leisure Activities, Bridge, Building, Water, Architecture, Barge, Outdoors, Sea, Nature, Ocean, Coast, Shoreline|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||24in x 30in|
|Weight:||Unknown; Contact sales for a shipping quote|