At The Clarendon Wall art Designed by Maximillion
This mysterious portrait taken from a 1950's film magazine and interpreted through the filter of Maximillon's surreal art, once again focusses on 'the eye' - except this time it appear as if lit from within, an eerie green glow. The necklace with it's string of broken pearls, suggests a snake, as danger or disguise. The gorgeous and delicate shades of smoky blue and sepia, have the qualities of watercolour and blur the boundary between painting and photography.
- Dark Matter