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The Pebbles series explores the repetition and overall compositions. The paintings present an extreme focus on something larger, providing an immersive viewing experience.
Inspired by the prosperity of the midwest and the destruction of the cityscape in Detroit, the Industrial Landscape series offers a unique perspective in observing the fluctuation of the city with a bird's eye view.
The series guides viewers to the artist's neverland. Dreamlike and full of fantasy, Zarna creates a utopian world with the deepest imagination.
Since 1985, Venice became the most important focus for the artist. Years after years in observing and documenting the beauty of this romantic city with his brush, the series proposes hidden corners and the livelihood of Venice.
Con TV, oil on linen, 2018 (left image)
In "Con TV", the artist's last work, Parish deviates from his traditional style. The painting is composed of two apparently opposite images but in dialogue with each other: a Venetian sunset and a frame of the Pope on television. A reference to the faith combined with the eternity given by the Venetian landscape, free of boats or buildings, as if to symbolize a state of mind of inner peace that, perhaps, Parish wanted to convey as a spiritual testament. As if he knew he had reached his last work.