explorations of shadows/foreground and background around the idea of “tension” ✨ - I’m really liking the shadows cast from wire mesh which look very geometric, the details in it will be very good for a photosensitive etching!
Here are my two previous drawings together. In the left drawing, there are two hands touching or they are about to touch. The person with the hand that is full in galaxy is a person filled with excitement and adventure while the other hand is empty and once they touch a little bit, that empty hand is slowly being filled with the other person's "energy". On the right picture, the two people are holding hands which results in the empty hand being fully filled with excitment and adventure overtime.
So what do you guys think about that?
“ e n t a n g l e d “
Painted this wall piece @urban_spree in Berlin last week alongside the amazing @felizarts 🎨🖌🏚
Also!!! If you didn’t see my last post, I’ve been accepted to an international artist exchange residency at @ponderosastolzenhagen next month! I’m raising funds for the experience via GoFundMe.
link in bio ⬆️
Super close to the funding goal in just a day! .
Thanks to everyone who’s donated so far and if you wanna throw a couple coins my way I’d appreciate you ;)
~ ᴀᴅᴠᴇʀᴛɪsᴇᴍᴇɴᴛ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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HAPPY SUNDAY ✌🏼😬
We are just relax and #netflix 📺
What's your plan for today?😊
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I'M BACK. After the longest and most frustrating artblock I've ever had.
This painting clearly saved my mind.
I was at a point where I had neither ideas nor something that inspired me. Every painting I created was just the biggest waste of time and paint.
I felt abandoned. From my own art. And I thought the only way to ignore this feeling was to ignore art.
And so I did. Day by day.
And "me ignoring art" grew to "me fearing art". Creativity and imagination became the things I feared the most.
And for this reason I created something none artist should ever create.
An huge artblock, which kept every inspiration away from me.
And I always thought it did not matter. I thought I could focus myself on other things. But every step, every word and every act was nothing than heartless.
Art was always there for me. Every one of my brushes knows my feelings and cares better than many people. Art was like family, like an old friend or a partner, when nobody else was. And when I started blocking art, I blocked everything I've ever loved.
And so I faced my greatest fear and my greatest love at the same time.
I took the key and opened the closed door to inspiration. Now I understand that my artblock was never about "being uninspired" but simply not being able to let the inspiration get to me.
People are always inspired. By everything and everyone. They're inspired by other people, by nature or colours. It's limitless. The only thing that feeds the artblock is the complete fear of failure. By never showing your inspiration how much it inspires you. By never being able to create the image in your head. But even if you fail it's still better to try. To let the inspiration in.
And when I opened the door, a storm of ideas flowed into my head.
And I realized that everything which inspired me was with me all the time: life, feelings, closeness to things that I love.
I wanted to express exactly these things in my painting.
To the idea in my head: I hope you aren't disappointed.