“You’ve done it before and you can do it now. See the positive possibilities. Redirect the substantial energy of your frustration and turn it into positive, effective, unstoppable determination.” – Ralph Marston ~ In the midst of the unrest and contention in this world, it’s easy to feel discouraged or hopeless. Even a glimmer of something good can get overshadowed by the next [anticipated] shattering event. This painting is called Positive Thoughts. It is a picture of optimism as it features a glimmer of joy and releases positivity. It shines with bright colors and exudes cheerfulness. It proposes a willingness in each of us to see past the darkness by creating an awareness to the positive things that are happening despite the negativity in the world. Explore the possibilities…
This is a Photographic series based on the text "Fix Me I'm Broken". the idea behind it is the types of perceptions that can be created by text in relation to the image or setting they are in.
United States of America's A Clockwork Penny
Same inspiration and subject, different interpretation. But in both cases arises my sense of decency, that takes me to suggest, but not underline, the feelings. Family (2014): tidy background, people nearly transformed metaphysically into objects, soft colors that call for reflection, respect for the elders. The family is a traditional one, the picture a little bit less. Family 2 (2016); background processed, people ideally transformed into human figures without clothes, bright colors that call for strong feelings, conjugal and parental love. The family is modern and uninhibited, the picture a little bit less.