Full moon 3. Drawing by Gabriella Makhult

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Full moon 3.

Gabriella Makhult

Portugal

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Size: 11.6 W x 16.4 H x 0.1 D in

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About The Artwork

I made some paintings from this point of view, as getting dark, the moon can be seen better and better, the forms are vanishing, freedom of abstraction comes forward. Play of ink and water on the paper.

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Drawing:Ink on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:11.6 W x 16.4 H x 0.1 D in

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„It’s not the picture that’s important, but the so-called meditative state in which it’s created. When the essence is obvious, when there is not good and bad, nor nice and ugly, when nothing really matters, or it does after all. And this is still not the thing… “ These ink-paintings are impressions about a subject, like an inner journey. When I paint, it mostly happens on the spot, not in a studio. Sitting on a rock, beside the ocean, in the forest, on a field, in sunshine, or rain, even when it is freezing…everything happens spontaneous. I always paint many pictures on one subject, it is a long process while one can fall into a state of quietness- it is similar to a meditation. At first you know how it used to be, trying to be easy, simple. It doesn’t work, so secondly you try to be precise, observing every little detail. It is boring, but nearer to the subject. The point is getting clearer and clearer. Then your focus is not any more on the subject , but on the point what you want to visualize. Getting better. And finally, there is what you wanted. All the previous attempts go to the bin. After all these, the real work starts…when you can do anything, because you are not there any more, looking anywhere, there is the essence, the painting is doing itself, you can have a rest. That is how it happens, behind every chosen picture there are many cast attempts.