“Like a red morn, that ever yet betoken’d Wrack to the seaman, tempest to the field, Sorrow to shepherds, woe unto the birds, Gusts and foul flaws to herdmen and to herds.” Shakespeare – Venus & Adonis (1593)
Waterland is both water and land. Thousands of brooks, small canals, rivers and lakes flow in between reclaimed land. Where the water reflects the sky, the lush green pastures patch their pattern from the Dutch Golden Age.
A natural dominion safety. The energy of the purple fence keeps landowners safe due to the Purple Paint Law. Purple can evoke its own version of isolation. If you have ever felt lonely then acknowledge your individuality.
Yellow loves games. Using her quick yellow talent, she wanders through the fields – she does not take things too seriously. Then turquoise heals her heart. The little girl turns into a balanced woman in a soft green robe.
This painting is made for all the embryos who did not make it into this world, and for all the women who carried them in love for a short or a long period of time. Because I only wanna hold you in my arms. I do.