A wave is impermanent – it ceases to exist when it hits the shore. However, it remains entangled – consumed by the receding tide. A wave re-constitutes itself in the eternal existence of the ocean; in its plural dimension of water. The waves, like our lives, are short lived and immortal.
Water Burial is the latest series of paintings by Jacqueline Claire Smith. The exhibition examines water and its impact on identity. It presents an intimate study of time and space, life and death.