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Supertrees, Singapore painting
  • Supertrees, Singapore painting


    Acrylic Painting

    180x90cm (70.86x35.43inches)

    Monica Blignaut


    A captivating acrylic painting of Singapore's iconic Supertrees. This striking piece captures the beauty and wonder of the Supertree in a unique and modern limited palette of blues, black and white. The impressionist style creates a sense of movement and energy as the brushstrokes and texture of the tree are captured in a dynamic way.


    The monochrome palette gives the painting a timeless and elegant feel, making it a perfect addition to any home or office. This painting is perfect for anyone who loves the beauty of nature and art in a minimalist way. Order now and bring a piece of Singapore's natural wonder into your space with a touch of impressionism."


    This painting is perfect for anyone who loves the city and wants to add a touch of urban elegance to their home or office. 


    The painting measures 180x90cm (70.86x35.43inches) and is available for purchase.


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      Due to the one-of-a-kind nature of these pieces, the shipping process must be tailored to each individual purchase. As a result, buyers are required to contact the artist directly via email to organize the shipping details.


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    • More about the series

      Monica Blignaut’s landscape paintings are inspired by her experience of the 2019 global health crisis she used her desire to travel and connect with the world beyond the four walls she was contained within to paint as a means of mourning and hope. The series has developed on to explore the artist’s experience of living in the city of Cape Town.


      Monica’s use of the limited monochromatic colour palettes creates a sense of simplicity and minimalism in her work. This draws focus to her compositions and the form of the landscape, rather than being distracted by a wide range of colours.


      In conjunction her painting techniques of thick brushstrokes, broken color, and loose brushwork, creates a sense of movement and depth in the painting. The viewer can feel the movement of elements like air and water in contrast to the layered landscapes creating a sense the depth in the works. The nature of acrylic paint dries quickly allows Monica to work with a sense of immediacy and spontaneity which adds energy and movement to the paintings.


      Her techniques are further enhanced by her use of acrylic paint which allows for bold contrasts of light and dark, which give her paintings a sense of depth and movement. This is particularly effective in landscape paintings, as it can convey the ruggedness and grandeur of the natural world or heighten the dynamic nature of the sharp angles of modern skyscrapers and how the curves and arches of ancient structures convey fluidity, dynamism and unhindered movement.  


      By exploring the senses of the different cultures, locations and time periods and how they have influenced landscapes it reflects the influences travel has had on the artist's own personal experiences and perspectives. Her work marks as commentary on the impact of human development on the natural world as well how travel influences perspective. 

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