For five thousand years this burial chamber is located in a rocky landscape by the sea in the far west of Wales. Nobody knows when it collapsed. It makes him even more difficult to distinguish from his environment. One last push and it will be absorbed in the landscape. Coetan Arthur is also called Arthur’s Quoit. I think it’s a nice name. It indicates confusion of times. So much history. Who cares that King Arthur lived more than 2500 years after the construction of this monument?
The colors are fresher and more expressive than in the original landscape. This increases the contrast between life and death that is a theme in this artwork. I’ve painted this image with acrylic paint on wallpaper, 24 x 32 cm.
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