The Tranquil piece represents a state of calmness, fixed in its temporary stability. It is a pause between the storms of the turbulent present. Tranquil is simultaneously the long-awaited peace and rest, the lack of movement, development, as well as the ability to fill the sails with the winds of change. It contains the ambivalence and unknowing of the coming moment. Despite the arbitrary nature of the scene, the setting retains elements of realism and proximity to a natural landscape. The streamlined shapes resemble liquid metal. Those shapes reflect in the smooth waters, with barely noticeable ripples, frozen in anticipation of the unknown.