Rick Cochrane

Three entries.

Our natural environment

Loss | 2020 | Oil on canvas | 65cm x 40cm | As two fire fronts converge she is caught. She ducks and weaves in terrified panic. The roar of the fire is deafening as she tries to escape. The oxygen is sucked from the air as the fire consumes all in its path. The light drains from her eyes but her wings keep flapping in nervous response. She is already dead! Just one tiny life amongst the millions lost in this holocaust. | $450

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Rick Cochrane Loss
Our natural environment

Genesis | 2020 | Oil n Canvas | 80cm x 600cm | The primal forest dates back more than one hundred million years. The lungs for mother earth and the catalyst for life on earth as we know it today. Human overpopulation, our demand for resources and farming space, and increased deforestation have reduced CO2 absorption speeding up the rate of global warming. Ironically, our success as a species is the greatest threat to our ongoing survival | $450

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Rick Cochrane Genisis
Our natural environment

Aging | 2020 | Oil on canvas | 50cm x 65cm | From birth to death our appearance will change. The aging process will add the patina of ware as we move through our lifecycle. A combination of exposure and genetic change, all living things are all designed to be replaced by a new generation. I have used this 1926 Austin race car as a metaphor for the way our bodies will reflect that process with exposure and time | $450

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Rick Cochrane Ageing