Friday, 9 November 2012
Below is an exempt of an article by a neuroscience! student Josh Siegle
Works of art are like people. They can lift you up, teach you valuable lessons, and inspire you in your daily life—but only if you're willing to invest some time getting to know them.
The problem with many museum-goers is that they expect to find instant gratification. They're searching for paintings that awe them with their beauty or their wit; if they don't like something right away, they can forget about it and move on. This is the wrong approach. Just as with human relationships, engaging with a work of art should never be a one-way street. A great work of art is not a runway model, there for you to ogle from afar. A great work of art is not a street performer, there to entertain you in exchange for the contents of your coin purse. Judging a work of art without taking the time to learn about its history, its motivations, and its aspirations is every bit as superficial as judging a person by their appearance alone.
Monday, 5 November 2012
mixed media on the gallery style canvas
There is so many cities to see, incredible food to eat, people with totally different lifestyles to learn from. I love traveling even if I do not get too close to locals (which is the best way to discover the new place) .Travelling is opening our hearts and minds. Enlightenment,discovery and love -- there are no more compelling reasons to be on a road. And there is no more compelling reason to paint .
The first painting from a Travel Diary series.
Offered at $900
mixed media and acrylic on canvas
Offered at $ 3500
Painting has a resin finish. Gallery style canvas with finished sides.
Our life is a multiple layers of time,always changing.Old fades to past, yielding to a new beginning Just like never ending change of seasons.