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"Shot Shift - La Roue de Fortune" Painting

Michaël BELLON

France

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 31.9 W x 25.6 H x 1.2 D in

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Painting Oil on Canvas and Photo. The title (under the meaning) induced by the first professional painting realized (Patriarch) determined the whole collection "The Major Arcana of the Tarot".
That my style "Perspectivist Symbolism" is very personal and unusual (even if it does not please).
The glance of the Cyclops. Cyclopean glance. 
"New" artistic concept which makes appear a subject very worked in catch of shifted sight, likely to contrast the perspective for an interior. 
"The Wheel of Fortune", collection "The Major Arcana of the Tarot", reserved for cultural exposures, without sale, since 1981. Oil on canvas. 
Indication: The Advancement Is the Recoil of what form what is advanced. 
Text, fonts licence: HyperForType.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:31.9 W x 25.6 H x 1.2 D in

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Michael BELLON (Michael JESS in Badenweiler Deutschland am 29. September 1949 geboren.) is an French, self-taught, artist-painter, his style: 'Le Symbolisme Perspectiviste'. Its work first is the collection 'Les Arcanes Majeurs du Tarot' reserved for cultural exposures, without sale, since 1981. For an interest of investigation, a meditative indication of each 22 painting, a fastening with the writer, well-known in the U.S.A. however probably not in all its dimension (its initiatory publications of many spiritualities, written in France - Nice - Cote d'Azur and in French: Francis ROLT-WHEELER, Ph.D. Institut Astrologique de Carthage, Edition Astrosophie - more particularly 'Le Cabbalisme Initiatique' Tome 2 'Sephiroth', pictorially see 'Le Chariot'. https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Rolt-Wheeler . The artist is not the subject of his art. If I had no personal interpretation, how can I claim to be an artist ? Collection 'The Major Arcana of the Tarot'. When I decided to opt for the profession of artist-painter (1979), the first picture that came to my mind was easy and quick to draw, ditto for painting. This finished, it was necessary to give it a title. 'Patriarch' appeared to me to be the only suitable one and I understood then that I had started the collection 'The Major Arcana of the Tarot'. I had to determine the continuation, choose, meditate and carry out each of the mysteries to establish a harmony, to emphasize importance. The objective was also to avoid an unfortunate assembly or any pejorative interpretation; that's why I modified some titles; ('Death' has become 'Metamorphosis', 'le Mat' has become 'Le Pat' a reference to chess games, 'The Hanged Man' has become 'However'). It was not my intention that everyone can approach personal divination, by means of my pictorial interpretation, this is the reason why not all paintings are vertical. As pictorial, stylistic unit, keeping the colection since 1980-1981 for cultural exhibitions, without sale, can be understood like to argue myself as self-taugh artist. Interpretation indications are given, placed under each painting then (Artactif) currently on http://www.clubedotaro.com.br/site/t71_bellon.asp. It is impossible for me to imagine that the inspiration of this whole collection of arcana as augural symbols or initiatory message may concern me alone, that would be there a expression of an insane egoism.

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