Praise Season, Raina Kim Li (Singapore) – Exquisite Art
Life is brimming over, each one a recipient of great mercy.
A hundred and twenty thousand people and then some animals.
These were the inhabitants of the teeming city of Nineveh, the recipients of outstanding compassion in the book of Jonah 4:10.
“Praise Season” is a mixed media artwork created by Raina Kim Li in 2019 on canvas. The dimensions of the painting are 120 by 150 centimetres.
The artwork’s title, “Praise Season”, refers to the ancient city of Nineveh, once a thriving and populous city in Mesopotamia (present-day Iraq). The artwork is an interpretation of the hustle and bustle of the city, depicting a dense and vibrant atmosphere through various mixed media materials.
As a mixed media artwork, “Praise Season” incorporates various materials and techniques. It includes painting and drawing elements, such as found objects or textured surfaces.
The size of the artwork, 120 by 150 centimetres, is a large-scale piece, which can create a more immersive and impactful experience for the viewer.
“Praise Season” is an expressive and abstract representation of the city of Nineveh that utilizes mixed media materials to create visually engaging and meaningful artwork.