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Most of the foot prints are in opposite directions or overlapping and crossing each other. The background has been further ornamented with colourful blocks and circular designs in bright blue, orange, green and yellow shades. The larger footprints are mainly in darker colours of blacks and greys while the smaller ones are dominated with brighter colours of orange and yellow.
The painting has been used as a metaphor for Africa. The merge of bright, vibrant colours is used to represent the political clashes and instability in Africa. The artist has used two fragmented canvases which have footprint designs in different directions, crossing each other or in the same direction. This is a metaphor for the conflicting agendas and ideologies of the African people and the two canvases represent the fragmentation of the continent on the basis of politics, culture and social agendas. Isichei explains that the painting is a representation of the continent’s instability which has disabled them from discovering their beautiful land and succumbing to contradictory ideas, agendas and political mayhem, exploiting their beautiful land.
The painting grabbed my attention at the Denver Art Mueseum because of its boldness and vibrant display. The beauty of the art lies in its simplicity to convey a social or a personal idea, yet in a visually attractive manner. Still Searching by Romanus Isichei appeared as an appealing display on the wall, screaming for attention with its vivacious colours and straightforwardness. To represent the African instability only with the crossing footprints in the background of contrasting shades is indeed a beauty in itself. I have always loved to play with different contrasting bright colours and paintings that use them in a shrewd manner to express feelings and meaning, always fascinates me. I observe the paintings in Denver Art Museum that try to reach out to the observer with
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