Checking the blogs for the broken links is quite dull activity, yet it rewarded me greatly- the awe surpassed my all expectations. What appeared on my screen looked like real discovery despite its so familiar view. I came head-to-head with ... my own site that was forgotten by me already for a long. The events of deep past overfilled the current emptiness of my being and my heart was healed again. The hot 'Wow!' came out as if of itself. Current joy was not a repetition of the hopes I had once but looked as totally new experience, because while looking at my own art gallery, I was free from any thoughts about earning though something from it and that freedom enabled me to shift from my handicrafts to beauty of the wish to share the beauty.
Click on the link of this memory test and join me on riding the sunbeam.
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Monday, June 21, 2010
The jobless disabler can't buy a ticket to 7 Wonders of the World but he can enjoy the heavenly pictures and share the awe with everybody around. The trauma I had in 1974 greatly limited my ability to participate in daily events, but God didn't leave me, but otherwise- enabled me to ride the sunbeam. When the grief at my impotency to buy things I want knocks on the heart, old photos remind the above and my inner man revives again.
Friday, June 18, 2010
Thursday, June 17, 2010
guard of the foundations at close (just click the link above) The city walls melted away in this artwork and nothing shadows the wild flowers now. Do you see the portrait of yourself here?
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
|UNDER THE GREEN CLOUD 2010, 60x80 cm by Tomas Karkalas|
This digital painting shows the path underfoot. So to speak, embellishes my walk with the sense of something alive.The last is worthy a search indeed. Therefore I dared to share my visual musings with you and hope to receive your constructive comments on what could be improved here. What do you think about our walk in the the light of the eternities? All my pictures deal with that question.
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Monday, June 14, 2010
I took a photo. The picture was my response to the visual challenge I faced.
Time came to name what was done then. Now I am to wrap up my eyesight in title.
Can I name this accidental shot the artwork? At some point, this question looks like rough luck, isn't it?
Such thoughts made me travel to Modus Vivendi - to the post "my jottings on art therapy" ...