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Some critic wrote once about my work: "In a certain way, I dare to say that his work is unstably conservative and apocalyptically equilibrate."...ok, I don't pretend having understood what he meant but I could live with it... and it goes on on: "Figures dance a choreography of disaster, a convulsive ballet of which a predominant delight seems to vouch: the splendor of their impetuous collisions and turbulent transfigurations, unpredictable effects of aleatory causes."
This guy for sure liked to read himself and may be that was the only public he will ever get.

"Spread your legs and fly away"

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I wish I can fly to a far away land

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...just try with closing your eyes!

Dear Artzonian, thanks for using the #ArtzOne hashtag. Your work is valuable to the @ArtzOne community. Quote of the week: Art, freedom and creativity will change society faster than politics. -Victor Pinchuk


Thanks, I had the feeling artzone had enough of my work... Haha

Amazing. Thank you for sharing your art, it’s beautiful!


... If you don't have the right antenna to catch it you wouldn't see it that way... Thanks

Heh, yeah! Some times the words of critics are so cryptic, that it seems they are not presenting their view to the public: they just write some prose that can be evaluated only by themselves.

Anyway, that is a great picture, an impressive collage. If I may ask about the pastel colors that are spread above her head, are they made from scratch or are they taken and processed from another image?


... In my opinion nothing is ever made from scratch... There's always a tiny bit of something and if only it is an idea. Those pastels came out of some other work only not in the same colors...


Yes, I get what you are saying. Her headpiece and the colorful patterns above her head, those are my favorite parts in this collage. I generally like abstract repetitive patterns, that blend together and shapes transitioning from one form to another.