17. Gargantua


Lost in the Forest 17

By Chris Berry



Available as a fine art print:

-Size: 12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)

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-10 mil (0.25 mm) thick

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I named this painting ‘Gargantua’ after the supermassive black hole in Christopher Nolan’s awesome Interstellar ….The painting shows a hare running through foxglove on the event horizon of a black hole ️…foxglove is beautiful, but toxic for the heart …the background pattern is made up of Penrose tiles and represents the fabric of reality….Penrose tiles were discovered by mathematician Sir Roger Penrose…who is known for his work on black holes…

17. Gargantua