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"Eruption" is a poignant piece within the series "Why Did You Leave the Horse Alone." This series delves into the timeless concept of departure and its emotional reverberations. Humans have always been driven by the pursuit of a better existence, often necessitating leaving behind familiar places and cherished memories. Yet, even in departure, a part of oneself remains rooted in the past, yearning to revisit and reconnect.


The central motif of the horse embodies this theme of abandonment and longing. Caught in a state of eruption, the horse symbolizes the restless search for its absent owner, left behind to guard the empty house. The imagery evokes a sense of loneliness and displacement, highlighting the emotional toll of separation from one's cherished spaces and companions.


However, amidst the desolation, there is a glimmer of hope. The promise of the owner's return serves as a beacon of reassurance, signaling that the house and its faithful guardian will not remain forsaken forever. In this narrative, the painting becomes a testament to the enduring bonds between humans, their homes, and the loyal companions who await their return.


"Eruption" invites viewers to contemplate the complex interplay of departure, longing, and the enduring resilience of the human spirit. Through its evocative imagery and emotive symbolism, the artwork prompts reflection on the profound significance of belonging and the innate human desire for connection and reunion.


  • 36x36 inches

  • Acrylic on canvas

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