Japanese maple - Acer palmatum
55x34cm - edition of 4 plus artist’s proof
28x17m - edition of 5
This picture arose as a consequence of mistaken inputs to the programme which stitches my underlying pictures together into a kind of panorama. As they were not deliberate, I can place the picture in the school of contemporary art that makes randomness, chance and/or accident a key ingredient.
There are a host of fine pictures with winged dragons, aggressive eagles, or fantastic monsters associated with death that my picture could claim as an influence, a few of which are opposite. The most appropriate for me is the last one below: The Consequences by Goya.
Alternatively, perhaps it could be of a hang-glider seeking excitement at the risk of death.