Dragonfly Confusion


This painting is about a father who lost his three kids. They are represented as the three dragonflies flying in an endless circle. The big dragonfly is the father and he is trying to shield his new baby away from the circle the others are in. The rings represent all the confusion surrounding the loss of the three children. The colours I’ve chosen are bright and kid friendly to try and lighten a very sad and dark but courageous story.

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80 × 130 cm | Acrylic on canvas | Cat. no: 1380-21

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