Pandora  
Mond



Pandora conceives of her paintings as internal landscapes, expressions of and meditations on the natural world in all its vastness.
Pandora’s newest series, “Exoplanets,” emerges from her work as the Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residency in the Astrophysics Department at Exeter University. While there, she worked closely with Professor Isabelle Baraffe and her colleagues who conduct pioneering research on life beyond our solar system.

Pandora’s works are informed by interviews within the department and her longstanding painting practice, which strives to capture the visceral essence of her subjects by discarding detail.


About
Exhibitions

“My paintings are internal landscapes. They aim to create an immersive space for quiet meditation in our harried lives.”
Pandora Mond
Charon
2019
Oil and metal pigment on canvas
Diameter: 100 cm

Unique
Extrasolar Planet
2017
Oil and metal pigment on canvas
Diameter: 152 cm

Unique
13.3 Billion Years
2019
Oil, pigments and mother of pearl on canvas
Diameter: 90 cm

Unique
Frozen Earth
2019
Oil, pigments and mother of pearl on canvas
Diameter: 90 cm

Unique


Distant Worlds
2017
Oil, metal pigment, mother of pearl on canvas
Diameter: 152 cm

Unique


Dissolving Worlds
2017
Oil, metal pigment on canvas

Diameter: 152 cm
Unique

Sea of Solace
2o17
Oil on canvas
180 x 125 cm
Unique

Sea of the Edge
2o18
Oil on canvas
50 x 60 cm
Unique

Blue Oak 3
2016
Oil on canvas
61 x 45 cm 
Unique
Dark Oak Study
2016
Oil on canvas
61 x 45 cm
Unique

Small Distant Worlds Study 2018
Mixed media (oil, metal
pigments, Mica) on Khadi Paper

Diameter: 49 cm
Unique
Exoplanet Study
2018
Mixed media (oil, metal
pigments, Mica) on Khadi Pape
Diameter: 49 cm
Unique


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