Horses

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Horses, by Mashkoor Raza

Horses, by Mashkoor Raza

Fiery rage and power emanate from the four horses engulfed in flames. The sun behind them smolders in like fashion.

From what source did this outrage stem?

The passion that consumes the creatures has built, step by step, stomp by kick; one can see their feet raking the ground, sparks and smoke swirling beneath their hooves. Continue Reading

Mason Rivers

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Ladies and Gentlemen, please join us in welcoming a new addition to the ARTSHARKS Blog family “Mason Rivers” 

Mason Rivers is an artist and writer who has been writing successfully for over 7 years.

In his words: “There is only one way to write – to paint and sculpt a vivid story that the reader can fully understand and relate with. The words must appeal to the essence of their nature – what they desire on an emotional, physical, and psychological basis.”

During his pursuit of literary perfection (and with the help of 4 and a half years of military service) he has travelled the world, expanding his mind and perspective. His study of psychology has refined his craft as the understanding of people’s wants, needs, and subsequent behavior led to a fine-tuning of the art.

 

 

  

The Passage

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The Passage

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook

I found this picture in an art gallery in the City of Bangkok. At first, I thought the person was floating on an ocean. Actually, she seems to be on a more supportive surface, something like a bed sheet.

Can you see the pathway that comes from behind her and extends all the way to the horizon? When you look carefully, it goes on right up into the sky. She seems very peaceful doesn’t she? But wait. What’s her dress resting on? There seem to be two containers with people lying on them.

Life’s full of intriguing mysteries. Sometimes, we literally can’t see the truth because of preconceptions. Art teaches us to turn the world around and see things in a different way.

I think this is a picture of two persons going up to heaven escorted by an angel. The picture is very restful. I think we should all like to pass on this way.  Now that I understand it, the picture gives me a great sense of comfort. I think the artist is saying there’s somewhere we go to when we die. If I were asked to give it a name, I’d call it “The Passage”.

 

 

 

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