I named it “Everflow” because the painting reflects the idea of finding a steady rhythm within ourselves, despite life’s constant changes. It serves as a reminder to embrace moments of tranquility and beauty, reconnecting with our inner peace amidst the busyness of everyday life. This painting reminds us to appreciate quiet moments and draw strength from life’s ups and downs. I wanted this colorful, abstract landscape to create a visual escape to pause, reflect, and find inner peace again.

Everflow is part of the collection Panta Rei: The Flow Of Time

After spending days in IUC a couple of months ago, I’ve been thinking a lot about time. About our experiences, about our resilience and our strengths.

This collection of eight paintings is inspired by the idea that “everything flows”: all things are always changing and change is the only constant in life.

As always I’ve used very rich colors and intuitive brushstrokes, trying to show how life moves and how moments are connected.

With each painting I’ve tried to capture a different part of this endless movement of time, showing the deep emotions and the transformative power it brings. From the start of a new day to the end of evening, these artworks reflect the continuous flow of existence. I’ve tried to tell a story of movement and growth, in the timeless dance of life, reminding us that we are all part of an ever-changing, ever-flowing universe.

This is an original artwork by Marina Ester Castaldo.

© Marina Ester Castaldo 2024

Protected by international copyright law.
Usage, alteration or reproduction of the artwork is a criminal offence and is not permitted.

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A colorful abstract horizontal landscape painted on 220gsm textured acrylic paper. Size: A3
No prints will be made so this is a truly unique piece of art that won’t be available anywhere else in the world 🙂


  • The painting will be posted flat protected into a cardboard box.

All painting marks or light blemishes are part of the art. No returns on original art.

Signed and dated on the back by Marina Ester Castaldo