Sunday, February 19, 2012
This is an art piece by Ryohei Hase that's titled Can not prevent it, but there is no need to prevent it. This composition is very successful in conveying a variety of emotions. The setting of the of the dark and somber sky and the buildings in the background accompanied the umbrellas in the foreground work to make the individual in the center of the piece stand out. The dark neutral colors help to convey a sad despairing type of emotion while the bright colors of the flame contrast the background to make it stand out, and provide an everlasting or persisting type of emotion especially with the rain that usually puts out fires.
- Andrew Chen