Couples’ Trade

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Jules & Gretchen by Robert Longo

Jules & Gretchen by Robert Longo

Depicted are two very modern successful couple that are gradually increasing in numbers in our midst as the world advances in technology and cleverness today. Set against a vibrant and colorful backdrop the two are highlighted in their jubilant pose.

How is elation displayed?

The couple illustrated jubilation by the expressions in their faces and by the stance and poise of their body. Euphoria could easily be detected from the actions individuals display and by the imminent happiness clearly and distinctly emanating outward like an aura.

Body language exposed by an actual person or by an inanimate drawing or photograph almost always hint inner and hidden secret feelings. Words could cover up woes and hopes crushed and trampled but dejection and pain will always manifest by the set of the shoulder, the posture of the body and contortions of the face.

Scenery’s Centre Point

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Waterfall by William Kentridge

Waterfall by William Kentridge

A waterfall depicted seemingly as a view between two opposite deep canyons superimposed with a circle and marked with gridlines implying a picture taken with attention to minute and specific details using a surveillance tool like the ones used by land prospectors.

This presents a unique perspective of a beautiful and unique scenic view as if the artist lightly hints of the prospecting character innate in every person. A painting or a picture of a beautiful scenery may rouse desires in the audiences’ hearts; a yearning to visit that particular place and take in the view personally.

Some will even decide to settle in there especially if the place is still open to anybody desirous of owning it and toiling in it, ruling it from the wild. The artist sent a light warning with his unique representation of the natural beauty of this place “You may admire it but it’s not up for grabs.”

Trio of Buddy’s

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Red Wall by Shen Hanwu

Red Wall by Shen Hanwu

A trio of stunningly beautiful girls stand against a backdrop of blood red wall. The Red Wall an emphatic reference to the trio’s mother country, China.  This is classified as a figurative painting by a Chinese artist that could be slightly critical of China as what other artists do with their art. The three are in Red Guard uniforms and could be sensed as good pals because of the ease presented by their demeanor.

The blood red background highlighted the three girls and every little details of their features endowing the picture with a surreal air. As if the three are readying for a mission and are seemingly viewed in kind of déjà vu like settings.

The artist laid unto a canvass or into a piece of paper thoughts, feelings and ideas making art a powerful media of expression; a tool to make his opinions known to anybody that would take time in interpreting and comprehending the inferred.

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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