‘Total Eclipse’ by Lucas Parbo
Artist: Lucas Parbo
Title: ‘Total Eclipse’
Medium: Red Pencil on Paper
Dimensions: 14” x 20”
Year of Creation: 2018
About the Artwork:
“These two works represent the moment of inner turbulence at the moment the eplipse occurs. Where the explosion of energy and movement unfolds that stops time and we are stupefied with its attraction of color and form.” – Lucas Parbo
About the Artist:
Parbo’s artworks dives into a two-way highway, between life and death, consciousness and perceptions fields, red and blue if it were a circulatory system that pumps the mixed an abstract graphic universe with figurative realistic symbolism.
From inside to outside and vise versa, his work connects and swings from the street to his studio, in a way his work as a muralist represents consciousness and his spirits organically and in constant movement as a liquid mass that invades every possible space, and his work within his studio is completely linked to the ostracism and imprisonment of the artist in his stage of sublimation of the desire to tell a story in a pictorial way.
This ostracism is expressed through the covered faces and these fabrics that turn the individual into a dead nature, hiding in its interior all this universe of energy and movement that hypnotically that the artist wishes to explore outside the real world.