Just Then is a painting that conveys the feeling and anticipation of change about to occur. The artist uses a palette of browns and greys to create a sense of dullness and monotony. The brown represents the routine, the familiar and the boring. The grey represents the uncertainty, the unknown and the exciting. The painting shows a vertical line that separates the canvas into two parts, symbolizing the threshold between the old and the new. The painting also shows a white line, representing a sign or a trigger of change. The painting implies that just then is a moment of awareness and readiness, when one can sense that something is about to happen and prepare for it.
Acrylic on Canvas
60 x 48 inches