Mixed media on canvas
55 x 89 cm (21″½ x 35″)
Passiflora Emarginata, a tree native to Colombia that thrives in the humid tropical biome. Reaching a height of 2 meters, this shrub displays remarkable leaves of more than 40 cm. More than just a component of the landscape, Passiflora Emarginata, whose name suggests to me a connection to the term “emergent,” stands out as an essential presence in the region. In addition to its role in the ecosystem, it is also used as a food source, highlighting its versatility in harmony with Colombian nature.
Private collection of Carolina Martignon.
Bogotá – Colombia.