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Good morning autumn! Painting

Victor Hagea

Germany

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 15.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.8 D in

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The onset of autumn with its nostalgic mood and burning colors inspired me. The viewer can experience this time again, which constantly returns, always different in the same state. The medium I use is my favorite medium and with its help I can best express my concept. The theme is linked to the season.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:15.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.8 D in

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Born: July 22, 1948, Lupeni/Hunedoara, RomaniaI have been interested in drawing and painting since youth, and had a rigorous arts education.I have been much influenced by the Flemish, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, and French great masters. I saw in their multi-faceted work multiple windows toward the absolute. Then Dali showed me what kinds of possibilities dwell within the domain of the "real" and what the artists can make of it. After a time of experimenting in several directions such as cubism, constructivism, and abstractionism and using various techniques, I came back to the kind of painting that best expresses who I am. I have always dreamed of painting this way, finding means to capture the passing and evanescent nature of reality through forms that transcend it. Traditional Indian philosophy claims that "life is a dream," underscoring an invisible boundary that separates different worlds from each other and therefore the respective "realities" that correspond to them. There is something in each "reality" that transcends its physical immediacy taking the form of a projection or emanation, thus outgrowing its deterministic corset and finding its "super-reality" at a higher level. I believe my textual "Painting as performance representation" opens the door towards understanding this. • From WIKIPEDIA: In my painting I start from reality and its data and then, by combining elements of the real, I pass beyond reality in another dimension, which I call the supra-reality of reality. This play of elements opens a gate to the invisible element which stands behind scenes, like a stage director. As artefacts of a statically eternal life, statues are but a means of expression in a more philosophical context of the work of art, by opposition to the dynamic of living things. These two opposites are nevertheless linked by means of the hero category, for heroes are protagonists of a matrix which shapes human destinies. Old myths become live again in the destinies of today's heroes. "The focus of my artistic creation is the human being in connection with his activities , actions and desires which determine and form his fate - the human who creates his . If I had to characterize my style, I should call it with indefinite boundaries between reality and dream. So I would like to invite the spectator to be witness to the interaction of the states where the reality escapes into the dream and the dream will turn to some aspects of the reality.

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