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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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Horse Racing

 

Horse Racing, I like to re-create that moment we feel when we watch them speeding, first, by placing the objects next to each other and using geometric shapes together as a plane. Then, build layers to add depth.

HORSE RACING

Dynamics Impression

“The Front Runner” 30″ x 14″ Oil on canvas 2017

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BRIEF TRAINING

The first racetrack started on Long Island in 1665. Although the sport was a local sport for some time, Organizing racing existed after the Civil War in 1868.
Lastly, grooming care and training require long hours. Subsequently, horses are susceptible animals. They have good memories, and they can sense human emotions. Therefore they share a special bond with their trainee. “In the cross above is an exciting never-ending experience.” Moreover, my first painting, above  Along, took me months to finish. From then on, I thought it was over. So! until, five years later, I did the final touch-ups.

DYNAMICS  IMPRESSION

Furthermore, as I developed these subjects, I discovered more. Explore and release creativity; there is so much to learn and add! Likewise, I live this freedom by holding a fraction of my running adrenaline. The color pigments set the tone in time. “Close-ups are attractive and directed to details.”

Indeed, my first impression of studying horses and Jockeys was Edgar Degas. Afterward, he sketched and painted the rider and horses while training. I use sketches and my photos as references to create dynamics. As a result, they allowed me to get them at their power peak. Nevertheless, something the old masters would have been pleased to use. And by the way, the Disc Jockey term came from about 1520, “Boy Fellow,” originally a Scottish suitable name variant of Jack.

Horse Racing “At The Belmont Race ” 7″ x 17″ Oil On Paper 

This Way, 30″ x 40″ Oil on Canvas 2023

 HORSE RACING PAINTINGS

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