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Showing results for: Natalie Wesselius
Cherry No.2
Cherry No.2

Painting

Cherry No.2

by Natalie Wesselius

Cherished cherries.

Coping and Hoarding No.1
Coping and Hoarding No.1

Painting

Coping and Hoarding No.1

by Natalie Wesselius

Part of a triptych depicting hoarding through still life's; how the objects we collect come to represent our psychology but also stand in place for us. The bouquet is myself coping whilst the objects overwhelm with insufficiency.

Kitchen's Closed
Kitchen's Closed

Painting

Kitchen's Closed

by Natalie Wesselius

Cherry side up.

Cherry Table
Cherry Table

Painting

Cherry Table

by Natalie Wesselius

Awkward objects.

Weird Nightmare
Weird Nightmare

Painting

Weird Nightmare

by Natalie Wesselius

Based on a nightmare of a hand pushing me down into a fisheye room resembling a windowless office. Perhaps alluding to my distaste for arbitrary authority and under-stimulating jobs. These nightmares have strong influences on me, making me question... More

Floating By
Floating By

Painting

Floating By

by Natalie Wesselius

The start of representing presence of being in absence of use in human-oriented objects. The still life is a portrait of myself and the empty chair is of my disassociation from reality.

Table For No One
Table For No One

Painting

Table For No One

by Natalie Wesselius

Homage to my serving days and its unauthentic atmosphere.

Do Not Sit Here
Do Not Sit Here

Painting

Do Not Sit Here

by Natalie Wesselius

Cherries as signifier of the absence of family presence.

Cherry No.1
Cherry No.1

Painting

Cherry No.1

by Natalie Wesselius

Cherished cherries.

Bad Luck
Bad Luck

Painting

Bad Luck

by Natalie Wesselius

Life is a game of chance.

Nightmare Bouquet
Nightmare Bouquet

Painting

Nightmare Bouquet

by Natalie Wesselius

A dark and contrasting still life in combination with dice dots; leaving the imagination up to chance.

Coping and Hoarding No.3
Coping and Hoarding No.3

Painting

Coping and Hoarding No.3

by Natalie Wesselius

Part of a triptych depicting hoarding through still life's; how the objects we collect come to represent our psychology but also stand in place for us. The bouquet is myself coping whilst the objects overwhelm with insufficiency.

Hiding
Hiding

Painting

Hiding

by Natalie Wesselius

The beginning of understanding how objects, in this case the flowers of a still life, are like self portrait. Stripping down the body to its joints, I am highlighting the body as flesh and bones.

Mom's Bags and Slippers
Mom's Bags and Slippers

Painting

Mom's Bags and Slippers

by Natalie Wesselius

A psycho-active representation of the back kitchen door in my childhood home.

Enter the Void
Enter the Void

Painting

Enter the Void

by Natalie Wesselius

Inspired by Francis Bacon's spaces as well as the inescapability of subjective perception of our reality. In this case, the imaginative taking hold and causing disorientation.

Pareidolia
Pareidolia

Painting

Pareidolia

by Natalie Wesselius

Pareidolia is a complex form of illusion where we identify patterns in spaces or compositions. This includes faces or butterflies in inkblots, or in this case figures in the dark. When looking at a chair, I feel someone sitting in it; a presence of... More

Dream Table
Dream Table

Painting

Dream Table

by Natalie Wesselius

It came to me in a dream.