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Big Bang and here we are. We are part of the Universe.We are born in it, when we die we  metamorphozis into stars, we burst into galaxies and we are born again. It`s a kind of inception, it`s a kind of art, iIt`s pure craziness  but it all depends on our beliefes . The only question is: Do you want to believe that one day you`ll live forever among the stars?

17 thoughts on “Bang!

    • Actually, I wanted it to look like a man holding his head but art it`s about imagination. Now at a second look I can see those cat ears too, so it`s pretty cool. ^_^

  1. I see a pizza maker making pizza, in the act of “spinning” the dough to spread it out on a table to be filled and pampered with my favorite toppings, and other spec…….. excuse me. I was thinking about that pizza a bit TOO much. HA.

    In response to your post, I think we all are here on Earth, then we all go into the universe once the body is no longer an operative machine for the planet. From here, only my imagination will lead me into the realm that is unknown.

    Thank you for sharing this one.


  2. How is that for synchronicity. 🙂 I just found your image reblogged by Cristian Mihai, just as I was posting my Origins painting. I love your work and your words capture it perfectly.

  3. I believe time and life are linear rather than circular, with a beginning and end, followed by eternity. These are life’s most important questions which we should all be asking: how did I get here, what went wrong, where am I going?
    I had to view the picture without all the white surrounding background of the blog reader to see the man holding his head. Neat effect.

  4. I would like to say I love your blog and the wonderful and beautiful things you share as well as the inspiration and smiles you bring in doing so! Thank you for being you and I hope even if you do not accept awards you will accept the sentiment expressed as I honor you with one. There is no prize that comes with the award other than my appreciation and being grateful you are part of our world and making a difference by sharing in such a positive way…
    I have posted the award and link to it here I hope you will accept it or at least the sentiment behind it!
    With love,

  5. It is nice to meet fellow, devoted artists.
    Your work-ethic appears to be very much developing, in every way; focused, bold, and patient. I love the worldly attention you pay your themes of time, vitality, a loving freedom of expression, and of course sexuality and innocence.
    Big themes, captured dynamically in pieces like this one, the inner structure of which appears in the shape of the upper body of a person, but also slightly resembles an hourglass, or a more contemporary architectural structure. Its interior implements the notion we are all comprised of star-dust; or, stars awaiting to burst! And I love how the figure could be trying the galaxy on for a hat, and/or in the perpetual process of adjusting to center their understanding of it on its head (for at the center of every galaxy is a black hole, which the mind can certainly be if we let it).
    I also enjoy all of your ballerina works, for pretty much all of the aforementioned reasons expressed here. “Da Vinci” is just a remarkably all-around – from the technical to the expressive elements – exquisitely syncopated reflection of sweetness and grace. You were certainly ‘in the zone’, as they say, on this one!
    “Minimalist” indeed makes a delightfully whimsical use of time.
    And I like “Morning in Paris’ and ‘’Nude Innocence’, perhaps because, subjectively speaking, I am still quite a sucker for long, dark hair. 🙂
    And I just feel compelled to generally share/encourage, based upon your work’s postscripts and the drawing-a-day challenge to yourself (an excellent idea), to never be afraid of always inviting and incorporating any and every experience into your works, broadening and refining from your unconscious and subconscious into your conscious, various and free use of contrast into these worldly themes. You are always drawing and painting even while you are not actually doing so. Keep going strong!

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