Hiis (2016) is a painting installation consisting of two 2,5mx1,5m discarded wooden palettes, picked up from a local construction site. The paintings have been built to stand up on their own in a soil bed.​

I decided to layer the throw-away wood with colourful forms that are inspired by the woodgrain - the pattern of fibres seen in the cut timber, which once belonged to a growing tree. By re-planting the tree I have given it back it's life.  

​'Hiis' is a term in Estonian used to denote a sacred natural site.

Elus / In life
Leidub kuskil kord ka meile ruum / There is a room for us somewhere in time

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