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The Element

The element steps into a realm where storytelling dissolves in perfect harmony. The focus is on matter in space. I delve into my consciousness, envisioning the universe, and transform it into a cube.

In the technical concept, the title stands for the elements in the space.

Derived particle elements exist as nonsolid shapes. Since they have no internal structure, they do not occupy much space outside. Therefore, they can move faster than light, and I found a meaning to portray the element. I released oil pigments with turpentine and spread them onto the paper.  The image feels like it just landed and is suspended in the dark space

In stark contrast, the ‘element’ exudes an air of calm assurance, an embodiment of certainty that no harm will occur in this process. Its vivid strokes invite us to embrace life’s complexities with open hearts and minds.

Although the mind sheds biases and preconceived notions, we can not escape watching it in its purest form.  The artistry process has become a contemplative journey of simplicity.

Where did this transformation begin? We know for sure it all started millions of years ago. Along with the proper aspect of life and the true nature of all forms.  Developing compassion and wisdom through our life experiences. Along with loving-kindness, empathy, and equanimity (mental quietness). We grow, keep evolving, and live our lives with meaning and good faith. 

In short, the ‘element’ is not just a physical substance but a profound metaphor for a living journey. It is the bridge on a continuous path within our transitory nature. We accept it as an infinite road full of beauty and tragedies where the mind celebrates the joy of being alive.

The Element

The Element Oil on Paper Size 3″ x 4″ year 2018

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The Dancer

The Dancer is the next painting in a series called “Hope.” Here, the tree is rejoicing, passing through obstacles. Thanks to environmentalists and people who are keeping our environment safe. Likewise, we all know it makes a difference to have a tree in our home or close by; it helps all communities keep clean air. An essential factor in keeping us safe for it cleans our air, which serves as shading comfort.

If there’s a good rhythm and melody, I’m all ears, likewise, with art. It is a female dancing in a blue landscape. Visualizing an object is fascinating; we are attracted to movement, color, subject, and simplicity to be happy with what we admire. Then, the tone defines the whole picture. Correlation between shapes and forms adds flavor to the main object.

However, it does not end here because we want it all. The symbols follow their form; every curve and straight line echoes a thought. And there lies the story of where the dancer’s idea came from.

Layers—I have seen them throughout the years and experimented with them. The more you add, the more attractive it is, no matter what the subject is, and using composition is essential to building this core. Nonetheless, we must be careful not to overdo it. Foresight: our mind bombards us with so many layers of ideas that result in unbalancing a color, turning it into a painful sight. The best answer is to simplify and return to the first theory—intuition helps, too.

The dancer represents the female in nature. We have the music inside, indeed. Then, the transformation into a tree is an allegory to her fructose life. Picaresque and arrogant, full of life at every step. The fruits she carries on her bark are rectangles, circles, ovals, and flowers. They all dance to her tempo and compass.

To conclude, let’s hope that every tree will be saved in the world and for all the people and fauna. Mother nature opens their minds and appreciates life as a sacred ground.The DancerThe Dancer 24″ x 18″ 2024

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Uprising Above All

Exploring the Depths of Creativity

The uprising of new ideas heralds a symphony of harmonious elements: depth, perspective, color, form, and shape. Within this intricate tapestry, consciousness fractalizes into the profound recesses of the mind, where knowledge serves as a guiding beacon. Here, we unfurl a verdant mantle brimming with hope and strength, weaving together the threads of innovation with a radial technique that enhances even the smallest particles of thought.
In contrast, with its transparent allure, Watercolor becomes a conduit for movement and reflection, allowing us to layer and manipulate its hues to our desired effect. Yet, amidst this fluidity, the essence of our initial inspiration remains untouched—a testament to the enduring freshness of our creative genesis.
Moreover, at the heart of the uprising lies a simple yet evocative focal point—a tapestry of interlaced patterns that guide the eye and propel the image forward. Though composed of triangular shapes, its organic hues starkly contrast the surrounding canvas. At the same time, the illusion of calm water behind serves as a soothing backdrop, juxtaposing the dynamic energy of the uprising object.
The initial sketch serves as a foundational blueprint, a marker for exploration on a grander scale. Witnessing the evolution from developing ideas to intricate ornamentation with oil paints is a journey of discovery—a mind trip that takes us to uncharted territories of creativity. The tone may shift with each stroke and texture, leading us down unexpected pathways, yet always guided by the relentless pursuit of beauty and expression.
As our eyes crave simplicity, our minds yearn for depth—a dichotomy that drives us to seek meaning beyond the surface. Conscious or unconscious, the allure of beauty is ever-changing, a reflection of our transient moods and perceptions. Yet amidst these fluctuations, one truth remains constant: the imperative to create, unleash the tide of new ideas and allow them to dance freely within the recesses of our minds. Ultimately, it is not the obstacles we face but the boundless potential of our imagination that defines our journey.

Rising Above All

“Rising Above All” Size 12″ x 9″ Watercolor on paper 2024
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