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Welsh Beauty
Acrylic painting of a young Welsh woman
"Innocent" . Art of Tamal Sen Sharma
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Mountain-6 (Art of Tamal Sen Sharma)
Water Colour
Mountain-7 (Art of Tamal Sen Sharma)
Water colour
Ibn 'Arabi "The Enlightened are not Bound by Religion"
Ibn 'Arabi "The Enlightened are not Bound by Religion" Author: Kevser Yesiltash, Translate: Pinar Karaman Kaan, Editor: Clare Duman, Paperback: 362 pages, Publisher: Bookcity.Co; 1 edition (August 23, 2017), Language: English, ISBN-10: 1912311011 ISBN-13: 978-1912311019 The mystical teachings of Ibn ‘Arabi, particularly influential in Anatolia, are rooted in a tens-of-thousands-of-years old knowledge attainment and transfer tradition, which is one of the fundamental cornerstones of Sufism. Through his unique method, Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Arabi performed an unparalleled role in conveying the secrets of the Sufi mystical teachings across the generations. The secrets concealed in his teachings are not immediately revealed, and the knowledge they contain is hidden in such language that those who encounter it are often left in a state of shock and bewilderment. Those who strived to understand this language have been able to discover the real meaning hidden within, yet the majority, without making such an effort, took the meaning at face value and accused Ibn ‘Arabi of being anti-religious. The title of this book, ‘The Enlightened are Not Bound by Religion’, is one of Arabi’s notable sayings. To be able to understand just this saying requires knowledge of many subjects of the mystical teachings. Kevser Yesiltash explores the deep of mystical secrets of his saying in the book.
Soft beauty
The spirit of the artist.
Unstable Ground
This painting is about life and how it can be and is very unstable at times. In life we never know what is going to happen good or bad. Sometimes our lives have a chain reaction of bad situations but we still move on-word. We still keep looking forward to a time that will be positive. We look forward to a new beginning. A series of those good times and moments in life.
The Beast
Bold Beauty To see the world through one’s eyes is one thing, but to look through another person’s eyes is truly something unexplainable. This exhibition invites you, the viewer, into my world. Each painting uses color expressively, yet a variety of different strategies are used. Color is used symbolically within in an organic painting style. The paintings create a visual portal allowing the viewer to enter into the world that the painting has created. In this world, the viewer's brain is ignited by the use of color, color combinations, color schemes and color interactions. The work invites the viewer to lose themselves in a purely visual and aesthetic experience. By allowing myself to get lost in the The Beast, for instance, it reminds me of a wave or a curl that reflects the sense of motion throughout the entire painting. I can see an area where it appears as if there is a heart and intestine linked together. This reminds me of the human biology. Another area reminds me of an instrument, like the saxophone that my older brother and father used to play. Some of the other details remind me of frost like you would see on the window from a winter’s night. Another fragment reminds me of a petal from my favorite flower - a wild tiger lily. There are many areas within each detail of these paintings that I can relate to. Why is it that some individuals are attracted to such specific colors, or so many colors within a composition itself? I believe that color stimulates the human mind. Colors cause us to try to understand or interpret what is really going on. Why are there so many colors? The idea I am trying to provide is that it is really up to the viewer. Although within every composition the artist has their own views, it is always interesting to see what others see. This is because another person may see something within the art that they have not seen and may have overlooked. Every person can relate to a different fragment or piece of the painting or the entire painting in a unique way. Their favorite parts can reveal something about them as a person, such as revealing to them either a memory or a deep thought guiding them to inspiration. People viewing these paintings may even be drawn to their favorite colors within the composition itself. I hope that you will allow yourself the experience of becoming lost in these paintings.
Still learning - the evolving art of Neil Davies
Absent from artwork of any kind for many years, now recently returned to painting with acrylics. Still a lot of technique to learn, but hopefully moving forward and getting better.
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