Peter Thomson
Full time self employed Artist (painter). Follower of Scottish football & avid distance cyclist.
Peter Thomson
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The second return of giant hogweed

2015, oil on canvas, 60x50cm. This artwork is an reflection on auto destructive nature of human kind, over consumption and lack of respect to the environment we are live in. The image by itself shows a prediction, a post apocalyptic abstract landscape, where there is no place for human anymore. The title, inspired by 70's song by Genesis, is related to one of the Mother Nature's greatest weapons - The Giant Hogweed - a phototoxic plant, brought to Victorian United Kingdom from Caucasus as a de

The end of the end of

2015, oil on holographic material and canvas, 61x46cm This artwork is a continuation of my reflections on self-destructive nature of human kind. In this particular, more that ever before, I let the painting tools decide about the shape of the final image. I believe, this procedure helped to express, all hidden somewhere in my subconsciousness, feelings of anxiety. Using holographic card as a base for the painting, gives an impression of the light beams piercing through heavy layers of dark oil

The second return of giant hogweed

2015, oil on canvas, 60x50cm This artwork is an reflection on auto destructive nature of human kind, over consumption and lack of respect to the environment we are live in. The image by itself shows a prediction, a post apocalyptic abstract landscape, where there is no place for human anymore. The title, inspired by 70's song by Genesis, is related to one of the Mother Nature's greatest weapons - The Giant Hogweed - a phototoxic plant, brought to Victorian United Kingdom from Caucasus as a dec

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