To begin with, the first symbol, I have used on my subjects is the raven. Also characterized as a symbol of fear and fascination.
As well, While other feathered friends migrate to warmer places, they stay with us in the cold winter. Besides, the subjects in regard to the composition. I was able afterward, to create a sensation of space volume and movement. Moving forward, on our next subject we find a Mask. kindred to the dead, into an outburst of silence.
PS Words heightened in “blue” takes you to other pages, called links.
On the other hand, positive traits: passion, energy, and action. Following the composition in the painting, the night colors create dense air.
There are two figures besides the birds, Additionally, there is an enigmatic shape in a white tunic like a ghost.
Followed by a second entity next to the wooden house, on the left side. Purposely, to create an enigma that comes from my fear of death.
The fact that scare me the most is to be off guard, which means when seeing entities visually, we get used and end to be a surprise.
Another puzzling bird I have included is the owl, considered a symbol of wisdom, and enlightenment. This bird of the night shows you things that might otherwise remain hidden from you. So be open to seeing things in a whole new way.
For this reason, they stay hours contemplating, to aware others of portending omens, in life. Waiting very pensively remains hours considering to warn others from foreshadowing omens, in life.
The Celts and Egyptians regarded the owl as a gatekeeper to other realms—particularly the soul of the dead. They stay hours contemplating, to aware others of portending omens, in life.
Contrary to crows, ravens make different sounds. The most commonly heard is the classic gurgling croak, which sounds as if it is coming from the back of their throat. Never try to harm a raven, they will get back at you.