Oil on canvas
Size: 18" x 24" (or 45,72 x 60,96 cm)
Depth: 3/4" (or 1,9 cm)
Weight: 1.9 Lb (or 0,7 kg)
Location: Leander TX, USA
Salons of the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries were replaced by social media. They unite us in the same way by interests as before, but we often do not meet, now the time is valuable. But just like before, people were going to discuss the latest news, like or repost someone's opinion, make a revolution or create a movement, we do it sitting at home. And now the Internet, computer, and social networks connect us by thin branches. Almost nothing has changed, we are just busier, we do not have enough time for meetings, we value time more. But we still have this delicate fragile connection and yet we have our conversations.
The painting was drawn by brushes and a palette knife on a white ground in several layers.
The painting has not yet been varnished.