afterlife
prakash patel

4 - 28 March 2020

‘And then something happens, after a while, where you start to feel like the planets are lining up and everything starts to make sense.’

Prakash Patel is reflecting on his painting process that he describes as an endless journey in which everything is connected and where he is constantly looking for a moment when it all makes sense in a related manner that gives him a holistic feeling.

They reflect his captivation by infinity as he says, ‘A thing I’m fascinated with is how you can look up in space and it goes on and on. The same thing happens when you look through a microscope and you go into things. There’s actually no point where it ends. The smallest particle is really mysterious because it’s almost like it’s going back into infinity again. So, it’s like an outwards, and inwards. It’s the same thing.’

Endless Blue Sky (2020) acrylic on canvas 500 x 500mm $2,200

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Sea Lord (2020) acrylic on canvas 1200 x 900mm $4,500

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Afterlife (2019) acrylic on canvas 800 x 800mm

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Sea Bed (2020) acrylic on canvas 1000 x 1400mm

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War Child (2020) acrylic on canvas 1200 x 900mm $4,500

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Reef II (2019) acrylic on canvas 600 x 500mm $1,500

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Sentinel (2020) acrylic on canvas 1000 x 1400mm $9,000

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Silver Cloud (2020) acrylic on canvas diptych 2@ 1200 x 900mm $8,500

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Atlantis (2019) acrylic on canvas 1260 x 990mm $6,000

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The Taker (2020) acrylic on canvas 1200 x 900mm

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Artwork title, 2010. Oil on canvas. 121.5 x 107 cm

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Artwork title, 2010. Oil on canvas. 121.5 x 107 cm

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Artwork title, 2010. Oil on canvas. 121.5 x 107 cm

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