Carved Paths 2

"This cubist landscape triptych was painted during of the summer of 2020 during the nationwide shutdowns. This painting is both chaotic and vibrant, quiet and serene. The isolation and intensity of the environment in its colors and sharp features is felt throughout. This desert painting is a fictional place, inspired by the surreal landscapes of Salvador Dali and Cubism of Ed Mell. I wanted to create a painting that had the depth to show more than one horizon line, and had the imagination to carry me in. It became a place I could go to during that summer, a refuge of optimism and hope. It makes me smile every time I view it. I call it "Carved Paths" because the paths in the painting are difficult to follow, but beautiful and rewarding at the same time. This is by far the largest painting I have made, and creating a triptych in a small bedroom probably made it the most difficult as well!"

- Brandon Allebach

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