Coral Recipe

My inspirational source is the beaches and sea that bathe Cancun and neighboring resorts in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.

27×27 cm.

400.00 TAX included

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The story

The corals in this composition are made by hand modelling in ceramic and fixed with a mixture of plaster and aracite. The beach (on the edge) contains pebbles naturally sanded by the sea water. I have tried to reproduce as closely as possible the texture of the leafy corals (top left) and a coral reef in the margin of which I have depicted a jellyfish with long, wavy tentacles emerging from between the sea plants in the foreground (right).

Do you know anything about the life of jellyfish? Jellyfish are aquatic organisms, but they are not fish, and they inhabit all seas and oceans and are generally transparent or translucent. They are also known as jellyfish. Jellyfish are carnivorous animals. They catch their prey with their tentacles. Through their tentacles they inject a venom that paralyses or even kills their prey. The concentration and composition of the venom differs from species to species. Some species of jellyfish develop a venom so powerful that it can kill an adult human in just a few minutes. Jellyfish consume all types of plankton. They eat fish eggs or larvae from other animals, molluscs, crustaceans, or other jellyfish species.

Technical specifications

The Coral Reef painting is original, handmade entirely of ceramic and painted in acrylic colours. The frame is white. It can be used hanging or standing to fit the available space. The painting is protected from UV rays with a special protective varnish for ceramics and acrylic colours.

Frame size: 27x27cm and a depth of 5 cm, which allows to protect ceramic corals.

Dimension 27×27 cm.

UV protected

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