acrylic, colored pencil, felt-tip pen and graphite on canvas
44 x 32 inches (111.8 x 81.3 cm)
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"Shattered" in 2002. Known for his vibrant and dynamic style, Parker's work often explores themes of distortion and fragmentation. In "Shattered," he employs a riot of bold colors and intricate patterns to depict a shattered and fractured landscape. The composition is filled with fragmented elements that seem to explode and disintegrate, creating a sense of chaos and movement. Parker's use of vibrant hues adds to the intensity of the painting, as the colors clash and collide, further emphasizing the shattered nature of the depicted scene. "Shattered" invites viewers to contemplate the idea of fragmentation and its impact on our perception of reality.
Parker's painting "Shattered" is a testament to his mastery of color and composition. The complex layers of shapes, swirling lines, vibrant colors and overall symmetry create a visual feast that captures the viewer's attention. The painting presents a distorted and fractured world, challenging traditional notions of order and coherence. The shattered elements seem to overlap and interweave, blurring the boundaries between foreground and background. Through "Shattered," Erik Parker provokes a sense of visual tension and invites viewers to explore the fragmented nature of our contemporary existence. The painting serves as a reflection on the complexities of perception and the ways in which our reality can be shattered and reassembled.