Acrylic on stretched canvas

W:200cm x H:150cm x D:2.5cm

Robberg in Plettenberg Bay holds a sacred space in the heart of the artist. These depictions of actual rock-faces along the Robberg hiking trail brings characters found in nature to life.

The barren ground breaking apart amplifies the intensity nature holds when you can open your imagination, posing the question of what the same place might look like in the future. The one green fern bush affirms the fragility and importance of life within nature and the influence we hold.

The dramatic sky evokes emotion within the viewer, as if something significant is about to happen, when the sky parts exposing space beyond what should be visible to the human eye we take a broader look at the vastness our planet holds. This painting poses an alternative view to what is experienced when immersed in awe-inspiring nature.