“Living Cliff”
Artist: Benjamin Klemencic
Painting: Acrylic on Canvas, on stretcher, gallery wrap
Size: (height x width x depth)
27.6 x 39.4 x 0.6 in
70 x 100 x 1.5 cm
Year: 2017

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Land becomes sea. Sea becomes sky. And the most transient form of land by the sea is called living cliff.

My intention was to present this as a pleasing color composition.

Thus everything that takes place in sea and sky consists of one and the same color. The only difference is the brush stroke with a thick paint application. Depending on the incidence of light, this becomes clear or connects completely to a dark blue unit, from which the cliff rises even more sharply.



A living cliff is a cliff, which erodes. By contrast, the dead cliff hardly changes, which is why a vegetation cover can be formed as a visible sign of life.

I am delighted if you are pleased with how I have kept the transience in imperishability in other words in a painting.