Sound of silence

Hidden figures abstract
people full enough of suffering

In a decaying society, art, if it is truthful, must also reflect decay. And unless it wants to break faith with its social function, art must show the world as changeable. And help to change it.

Ernst Fischer

The figure of the person in the first painting, “The Stillness Within”, appears as though it has scraped away all of the labels and covers that may have previously defined it. The grayish colors that make up the figure create a sense of neutrality, as though the person is a blank slate or a tabula rasa.

Despite this blankness, there are still small visible remnants of what was once there. These remnants may represent the person’s past experiences and the things that have shaped them up until this point. By scraping away the labels and covers, the person may have been able to let go of these past identities and embrace a newfound sense of freedom and inner peace.

Overall, the painting portrays a sense of liberation from past labels and a newfound sense of freedom, inner peace, and openness to growth and creativity.

The second painting, titled “Childlike Wonder”.

In the painting, a red color stain is visible near the figure, adding a sense of dynamic energy to the composition. The background consists of a wall of vertical yellow, orange, and indigo colors, creating a sense of depth and contrast. A tiny white stripe separates the wall and the green surface, enhancing the visual contrast between the two elements.

The figure in this painting embodies a sense of childlike wonder and carefree abandon. The pose, yellow skin tone, and simple, almost cartoon-like features evoke a sense of innocence and purity. The marks of green and grey paint on the shorts suggest a playful, experimental quality, as though the figure has been exploring and creating with joy and spontaneity.

The transparent box near the figure creates a sense of mystery and intrigue, as though the figure is in the midst of some sort of magical or transformative experience. The overall effect of the painting is one of lightheartedness, curiosity, and a celebration of the freedom and joy that can be found in childlike wonder.

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