I took a trip to Malaysia in 2005. This country has a tropical rainforest climate where heavy rainfall lasts almost 10 to 15 minutes. It feels like a high-pressure shower over your head if you are caught up in rain for a second. This scenery was a good idea to depict a green forest and rainfall in Malaysia. In this work, which is created by palette knife technique and oil paint, the raindrops are drawn as they sank and the whole work is made of rich and high-quality colors. Green and greenish-gray colors are the main elements of this work and the light in the middle of the painting promise relief from troubles in the future. In this work, no man-made elements can be found and all you see is an intact forest.

ArtistAziz Golkar
Size(cm)130x130
MaterialOil Color
Date2005

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