“Internal Landscapes” is a collection of paintings introducing you to the magical and mysterious world of internal architecture of your computers. It is the world hidden from human eye, stuck in those humming metal enclaves into which you look only when something breaks down, the mysterious world where hardware guys place some wired metal blocks that few of us understand.
Harbour – oil on canvas – 100×60
“Harbour” is my serene digital-marine theme portraying a motherboard frigate with chip-sails that is currently harboured, but just about to set sail onto the ocean of data.
My skyscrapers are looming in the misty digital morning light, surrounded by the tranquillity of luminescent hues. Underneath… the base of reflected metal array flows down as the city sap, mingled, bustling, life-like, deep.
Tower Bridge – oil on canvas – 40×70 – sold
Wild Wild West -oil on canvas -35×75
The horse pulling the cyber wagon 😉
City Lights – oil on canvas 60×60 – sold.
Philharmonics, oil on canvas 90x60cm available at http://leonarda.gallery
Metropolis 2020 oil on canvas, 120×60 [or so ;)] available at http://leonarda.gallery
Let’s visualize the effect in a home environment 🙂