LA LECCIÓNposted by Jorge Rosensvaig
Body Woman is the sixth part of a serie on the body. Artistic representation of a young woman represented in an epic situation. Original artwork signed P. Joosten. Acrylic on canvas. Dimensions 80 x 60 x 4 cm. Delivered with a White wooden frame. Sold with invoicve and certificate of authenticity 2022- September 24th.
Paddington Bear – a refugee with a label – arrived in London from deepest, darkest Peru with nothing but the clothes on his back. He was a stowaway, someone that shouldn’t have been there. But Mrs. Brown accepted Paddington as a member of her family and took him home. The Christmas Island Shire council commissioned Paddington Bear as a timely reminder of humanity in recognition of the migrant history of its residents and all the asylum seeker boats that have reached the island. Upon completion of the mural, children have taken to sitting in front of Paddington to talk with acceptance to him, ignoring those differences that exist amongst all people (and bears). But as Paddington says, “that means anyone can fit in.” Story- Jake Combe Photographs- Charleen Morris
Stripes on a Red Moon Abstract vision of an Scarlet Red moon streaked with white stripes. Original artwork signed P. Joosten at the front and at the back. Acrylic on canvas, dimensions 95 x 95 x 4 cm. Sold with invoice and certificate of authenticity 2022 – September 08th
Oil on thick paper, 44 x 33 cm, 2020. ORIGINAL SOLD. A simple and perhaps banal scene, but at the same time ambiguous and disturbing: two separate rooms, one person in each room. The viewer spies from the outside what is taking place inside. Actually he cannot know exactly what is happening. Is the boy hiding from the girl or is he catching her doing something forbidden? Or maybe nothing is happening at all, and no one of them knows anything about the other? Only the eye of the beholder generates the "drama" and can find malice in what he sees. The drama of the scene is amplified by the fact that the floor is imperceptibly inclined, from the bottom of the rooms towards the observer, as if the characters were forced to slide outwards, and by the nocturnal setting that allows the creation of shadows projected towards us.