Hanami - 2008/2013

 

Hanami # 123 - 2012 - Acrylic on canvas - 80 X 80 cm hanami # 98 - 2011 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 40 X 40 cm Hanami # 80 - 2011 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 100 X 100 cm Hanami # 65 - 2010 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 60 X 60 cm Hanami # 28 - 2009 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 100 X 100 cm

Hanami # 93 - 2011 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 60 X 60 cm Hanami # 67 - 2010 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 60 X 60 cm Hanami # 38 - 2009 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 100 X 100 cm hanami # 86 - 2011 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 80 X 80 cm Hanami # 39 - 2009 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 60 X 60 cm

Hanami # 9 - 2009 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 100 X 100 cm Hanami # 5 - 2009 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 30 X 30 cm Hanami # 47 - 2009 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 80 X 80 cm Hanami # 58 - 2010 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 40 X 40 cm Hanami # 120 - 2012 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 60 X 60 cm

Hanami # 118 - 2012 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 50 X 50 cm Hanami # 68 - 2010 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 80 X 80 cm Hanami # 40 - 2009 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - Hanami # 37 - 2009 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 80 X 80 cm Hanami # 54 - 2010 - Acrylic on paper stuck on canvas - 80 X 80 cm      

      

     This series, whose title refers to a Japanese tradition greeting the arrival of spring (" hanami " could be translated by: " Looking at flowers "), is a hymn to the complexity and the wealth of the world.

     Each square of paper, worked separately and then stucked on a canvas, can be considered as an independent painting, as the expression of a moment, of a fleeting light. Besides, each painting of this series showing details of trees in blossom, can be considered itself as a detail of an endless tree.