Oil and tempera on canvas, by Thommas Linnrose.
Size 110 x 160 cm
The painting titled "Isolation" depicts a young boy standing alone under the awning of an abandoned gas station. This painting appears to contain several symbols and elements that convey a profound sense of loneliness and isolation.The abandoned gas station, where fossils were once processed into fuel for human machines, symbolizes a bygone era. This reference to the past may represent the boy's feeling of being trapped in a time warp or in a world that has changed dramatically around him. The boy's placement under the awning also suggests isolation. He is shielded from the outside world, but this shelter does not fully protect him, as the awning is partially open and exposed to the elements. This may reflect his vulnerability and lack of protection from life's challenges. The yellow color of the sky can symbolize hope. The boy may be searching for something meaningful in his life, and the yellow color symbolizes the possibility of a brighter future. However, the dark clouds sharply contrast with this hope. The dark clouds may symbolize the challenges and obstacles he faces in his quest for meaning and understanding. The boy in the center of the painting appears to be caught between the past and the present. His facial expression and body language indicate uncertainty and contemplation. This may represent his search for his own place in the world and his desire to understand where he belongs in this changing reality. Overall, this figurative painting conveys a deep portrayal of loneliness, isolation, and the search for meaning. It combines symbols from the past and the present to create a work that invites the viewer to reflect on the boy's inner journey and his struggle to find his place in the world.
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