The World is experiencing a moment of stand-still during the events of Covid-19 pandemic. Surely it is affecting each one of us in many different ways. To some this means fear and uncertainty about the future, economic difficulties, to others – inspiration and time to create. This period brings ideas into surface, raises questions and debates about our healthcare and economic systems, ecological, political and social issues.
This is a series of posts featuring creative expressions made during the pandemics period, or previous works that are particularly relevant during these times of change.
Today we are sharing this art piece “Claustrophobia” made by an artist and photographer Philippe Alliel.
Technique: Acrylic on canvas
Size : 100 x 81 cm
“Things are very strange, some happiness to see the sky without planes, to hear the songs of the birds in this spring time.
And in the other hand, the sadness of being far from my family.
Sad of all those dead humans, happy so see that we can do better, and we have to do it better.”
Find out more about the artist on his website and Facebook page.