this is fantastic... there's a thickness, roughness about it... that curtain, or that wave, seems so heavy... the play with texture is great... the title too.. the way he seems to be struggling with the weight - of his diving suit, and the curtain - makes me think of the " syndrome du scaphandrier" (deep-see diver syndrome) described by Jacques Poulin in Volksvagen Blues... just a metaphor for the hindrances that keep us from going forward (the weight of memories, feelings, etc), but it's like you put this idea into image, and the most perfect way possible. p.s. i hope my English is understandable, i just woke up... from a dream where i was in a rowboat with my mother and brother and the boat was sinking
ah! i don't know that song, i'll see if i can find it
well i believe that when we don't think too much, that's when our subconscious undercurrents speak... and that title/artist comment encouraged me to tell you the thoughts evoked by your image - i thought it would be ok, in that context i'm glad you liked reading it! and that it was understandable!
I like the surrealism of this - the deep sea diver caught by a drape. The diving suit evokes the power to enter other realms and at the same time a hint of claustrophobia. The iconic red star could be from a real country or an imaginary one. Plus masonite!
this derkert art i love much better than the (sometimes forced) funny one. the middle line's a bit rough but the nautonaut fighting the thick curtain - that's your own true playful fantastic admirable imagination that feels so close to mine. and of course the look of paper ...
photos, painting (analogue) and me and my mac. And only the Mac is digital! Just changed it around with more cloth an some digital painting. Not finished, but realised as as just uploaded the piece that I was not satisfied! So I hade ti fix the worst parts- AndI had it for months. I should have known better!