Eternal Dance | Negar Rashidi | Delft Blue Oysters
"Eternal Dance' (20121). Negar Rashidi. Acrylic on Oyster shells. 24cm x 18cm (with frame 44cm x 38cm)
Contemporary painter: Negar Rashidi
Title Artwork: Eternal Dance
Technique: Acrylic on Oyster shells
Size: 24cm x 18cm (with frame 44cm x 38cm)
This piece debut at Art Laren, The Netherlands in 2021 and was sold shortly thereafter in Gouda.
The name "Twin Jellyfish" is the name Tascha Sciarone gave the piece at Art Laren. Negar Rashidi, afterwards renamed the piece. The piece was sold as "Eternal Dance" in 2021.
Jellyfish are immortal sea creatures that float through the ocean currents. "Eternal Dance" poetically refers to this phenomenon. The buyers of this piece interpreted it as a metaphor for the dance of partnership in life and love.
Close up "Flowered Nautilus' (20121). Negar Rashidi. Acrylic on Oyster shells. 13cm x 18cm (with frame 33cm x38cm)
Gallery Sorelle Sciarone is a contemporary art gallery specialised in colourful and evocative paintings.