Artist: James Chiew
Title: I see butterfly
Technique: Aluminum / mixed media / high gloss resin / metal frame
“I see butterfly” is an artwork by artist James Chiew with dimensions of 180x120cm, created using a mixed media technique, including aluminum, high gloss resin, and a metal frame. The artwork features a female figure with a red cloak on her head, in an abstract background that contains flowers, butterflies, and a cage that imprisons a heart, with the word “expired” written on it.
The technique used in the artwork gives it a unique and impressive appearance, making it highly attractive and eye-catching. The use of aluminum and high gloss resin adds texture and depth to the artwork, creating a three-dimensional effect that varies depending on the viewer’s angle of vision.
“I see butterfly” is an intriguing and emotional artwork that invites the viewer to reflect on life and death, freedom and imprisonment, beauty and transience. The female figure with the red cloak can be seen as a metaphor for passion, love, and life, while the cage that imprisons a heart may represent pain, sadness, and death.
In summary, “I see butterfly” is a fascinating and thought-provoking artwork that challenges the viewer to explore the depths of the human soul, using an innovative and creative technique.