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It is the unknown that we shy away from.

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It is the unknown that we shy away from, and what bigger unknown than death? To me, death is not the ending, but it is right before the beginning of the new. In my art I wish to express the feelings and thoughts that we experience, before we even take a breath to speak of them to others. I also wish to express the feeling that we get when we look at something we have never seen before. Curiosity, wonder, hatred and fear. It has always astounded me how we can be so utterly terrified of something that we don’t  even know. When we look at something that is new, we usually reveal our emotions a lot more. This is what I wish to show in my artwork, and I am using the biggest unknown there is, death that doesn’t scare us, but rather comforts us right before the beginning of the new.

In life we are fragile, but in death we can be anything. 

“Death connects us all”

“The mourner’s funeral”  

“The crows at the cemetery”

“We remember”

“The last mourner”

“Behind the graveyard”

“Look away”

“In nature’s mystery, lies another mystery”

“Death surrounds her, but she is not its victim”

“I am already a ghost, death does my bidding as I have done his”

“Am I just drowning? Or have I gone entirely?”

“I am drowning in deaths’ river, a beautiful flow that connects everything together”

“Only here will unheard voices sing”

“Whatever happened to forever?”

“I cry, I weep, but deep down all I want is revenge”

“Fire is burning inside me, is it a demon or a blessing?”

“The water hears and understands, but fire is unforgiving”

“I am inside but I am disappearing”

“Death is strewn all around, only the last mourner remains”

“Everyone mourns, the first flower to fall, but who will mourn the rest?”

(*Poetry collaboration by Melissa D.)

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 It is the unknown that we shy away from, and what bigger unknown than death? To me, death is not the ending, but it is right before the beginning of the new. In my art I wish to express the feelings and thoughts that we experience, before we even take a breath to speak of them to others. I also wish to express the feeling that we get when we look at something we have never seen before. Curiosity, wonder, hatred and fear. It has always astounded me how we can be so utterly terrified of something that we don’t  even know. When we look at something that is new, we usually reveal our emotions a lot more. This is what I wish to show in my artwork, and I am using the biggest unknown there is, death that doesn’t scare us, but rather comforts us right before the beginning of the new.

 

 

In life we are fragile, but in death we can be anything. 

 

“Death connects us all”

“The mourner’s funeral”  

“The crows at the cemetery”

“We remember”

“The last mourner”

“Behind the graveyard”

“Look away”

“In nature’s mystery, lies another mystery”

“Death surrounds her, but she is not its victim”

“I am already a ghost, death does my bidding as I have done his”

“Am I just drowning? Or have I gone entirely?”

“I am drowning in deaths’ river, a beautiful flow that connects everything together”

“Only here will unheard voices sing”

“Whatever happened to forever?”

“I cry, I weep, but deep down all I want is revenge”

“Fire is burning inside me, is it a demon or a blessing?”

“The water hears and understands, but fire is unforgiving”

“I am inside but I am disappearing”

“Death is strewn all around, only the last mourner remains”

“Everyone mourns, the first flower to fall, but who will mourn the rest?”

 

(*Poetry collaboration by Melissa D.)

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