7 Deadly Sins: WRATH
“WRATH” and the entire series is currently exhibited through AUG 30, 2015 at the Ellison Center for the Arts, Duxbury, MA (U.S.A.); part of the exhibit “LOR3nzo’s 7 Deadly Sins”
WRATH does no good. Here WRATH is used as an excuse to showcase the antidotes to WRATH: the Buddha, the curiosity of a child, the beauty of Nature. These antidotes are able to pierce through the darkness of WRATH which can become a self-fulfilling prophecy and obfuscate one’s worldviews.
Born on March 2015, the 7 Deadly Sins series is comprised of 7 paintings each approx 42″ x 25″ x 47″ x 30″ (105cm x 62.5cm x 118cm x 75cm); acrylic, tempera and paint on 10oz cotton duck canvas mounted on custom framing.
The series can be exhibited as 7 individual paintings, or each painting can be joined to one another forming a single composition approx 47″ x 200″ (118 cm x 500 cm).
The entire series is comprised of: