Me: Uh, the Art covers darkness into colors, it paints the scars, it lets the underpainting smile over sadness, it fills the gap of doubts to stay quiet, it lets you escape a lot of things through what you want to get rid of,
Is it a natural pleasure to achieve or not?
Me: Nope, I did not have if for the ecstasy but to resolve inside mystery
Hmm, so you pretend to be happy through it?
Me: I lost a form to show myself originally, but act genuinely whatever I feel at that moment
What else you learn through the art?
Me: Prevailed darkness, get into abstract, finding spirit back that what I've lost in the past, hidden meaning of colors and perspectives of life, people and nature, and a deep kinda philosophy of any type that inspire my soul accordingly
What you devote the most while doing it?
Me: I work out with all my inside energy through my mind, soul, and heart. Mentally, physically, and spiritually it works beside to the depth accordingly
An anonymous maiden who stunned her own creator. A self glowing beauty who brightens the moon with her shadow. A flawless beauty whose reflection can crack the smooth mirror. A graceful beauty who leaves no footprint even on a muddy path. A surreal beauty that can spread fragrance into the air. A wordless beauty that makes sensible words lose their meanings. A throbbing beauty who dances on the hearts of the youth. An alluring beauty who enlightens fellow women that they are not yet qualified to envy her. An infinite beauty whose little smile can measure skies. A divine beauty who stands like a statue without a sanctum. An ethereal beauty who entered the canvas to save the hard work of the painter.
Vincent Van Gogh - A creative genius who found creativity in his madness and madness in his creativity thereby spearheading a whole new movement in modern art - post Impressionism. It wouldn’t be wrong to say I am a Van Gogh enthusiast. He is the reason I fell hopelessly in love with art. His work is easily identified due to the use of bold and dramatic colours with pronounced brushstrokes and is both simple yet elevating . My favourite painting without question is his “The Starry Night” , an oil on canvas , painted around June 18th, 1889 while he was admitted in Saint Paul de mausole lunatic Asylum after an incident of self mutilation in which he cut off his left ear. This is an iconic painting since it is the only one he ever painted nocturne although he worked on 6 paintings bearing views from his bedroom window in the asylum. In a letter to his brother Theo , he wrote “ This morning I saw the countryside from my window a long time before sunrise with nothing but the morning star, which looked very big “..... which of course is reflected in this world famous painting .
I wanted my piece to reflect this positivity and the amazement he must’ve felt after making this “new study of the starry sky”. The painting makes me feel only one feeling - hope. This is my version of “The Starry Night”.
I painted my portrait
Of wild brush strokes
Gold and turquoise
On empty white canvas
The gilded orb of a glimmering Sun
Over a silent Sea of diamonds and sorrow
The Sun caressed the unmoving waves
As his nimble fingers played the lyre
Mouth spilling beautiful ballads
Of adoration and promises and passions
He spoke of dewy dawns and nacreous noons
Of shimmering sunsets and soft sighs
The music lingered as pearls of gold
Snagging on the tips of callous waves
That denied them refuge or reason
But the Sea did not stir
She left the melodies unanswered
Till the darkness drooled
From the cracks of dusk
And the sliver of a mangled Moon
Shed star shaped tears on the sky
Then the tides crept
The wide waves wept
And the sea began to swoon
I stepped back in horror
From the alien painting infront of me
Where the gold had fled
And my fingers were dripping black