Visceral Plot

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Untitled by Marcel Dzama

Untitled by Marcel Dzama

A satirical comment on the vices that lure humans to sin. This picture depicts the hidden yet secret instincts of humans that they were not able to get rid of when they evolved into the civilized Homo sapiens they are today from their animal genus at the beginning of time.

A famous cliché “what you are inside will always show no matter how hard you cover it” is the true and right text representation of this scene. Carnal desires and instincts will always manifests especially when the individual is upset or corrupted by environment and cohorts.

Humans though even how highly civilized are not always the refined one inside. They may hide secret personalities camouflaged by the sophistication outwardly shown. They may give away the roughness of character they possess by the tone of their voice when they speak or by the heat sensed in their eyes when they look.

Emerald Land

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Artificial Landscape by Kim Jongsook

Artificial Landscape by Kim Jongsook

A green enshrouded topography is presented for viewing in this picture splashed with a handful of colorful crystals depicting a seemingly colorful fireworks display lighted by the lightly misty twilight of dawn.

Was this the presentation arranged by the one who set this picture into the canvass?

Or this is a depiction of a fantastical world where there is no day or day and everything even the animate beings that frequent the cited region are colored green. The colorful crystals could be their only source of illumination and are precious to them.

Woe to those who will attempt to steal those colorful gems from them because those are their source of life or light and are protected from anyone or anything that would cause the brightness to dim. Life are always protected till death will be caused. Then only time will mourn the loss.

Who? Me?

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Untitled by Zhang Xiangming

Untitled by Zhang Xiangming

A pretty nude girl is depicted in this picture with nothing on except the colorful floral hat on her head. Endowed by the artist with exaggerated features the picture displayed here became more than true image.

With lips slightly parted and averted head seemingly glancing sideways or back at somebody her facial expression seems to be asking “Who are you calling for? Me?

Was this the real question that’s hinted at by the picture? Or the true question is “Who are you smirking or ogling at? My naked and exposed body?

Implied by the facial expressions and by the state of affairs arranged or set by a picture the true message being hinted at or expressed by the artist are shown. The vibrancy of the colors, the intenseness of the brush strokes and the candidness of the total scene almost always show what are the artist’s real feelings and thoughts. Innocent nude girls counted.

Delineated Ambiguity

Delineated Ambiguity

An oil painting on paper of an abstract with sensual undertones so subtly suggests that innocence and awareness are delineated by the single dividing line.Ambiguity … read more

Summertime

Summertime

I breathe in the salty air and it fills my lungs with a sence of calmness. Everything is fine, I can smell it. I feel the hot sand beneath my feet. I leave footsteps in the … read more

Caught Unawares

Caught Unawares

Sleepless Nights, by TuHongtao A doll like figure of a girl leaning over an unmade bed, wistfully staring at nothing while a huge vista is offered to her by a fully opened glassed … read more

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