Anima Mundi

(acrylics on 25x30cm canvas, refined with goldleaf)

“Beyond the known and profane, beyond the visible and obvious, I always felt this certain presence. It was always there and came into focus once everything turned silent. It is everywhere, invisible and without a voice. But once you stay still for a moment in silence and close your eyes, you will slowly feel this something.”

The first work of an experimantal acrylic series.

7 Comments

  1. Than kind of colorful paintings are alos nice, I like it!

    Does the silence exists? There is moment where I think it’s silent, but it isn’t, there is always something, maybe it’s the same thing.

    1. Author

      I’m glad you like! Thanks :) It’s a nice variety beside my monochrome works^^

      I’m the wrong person to ask this … you know, with my Tinnitus x)

      1. It’s also funny how the colours and the “distorted” forms make them less “dark”. I mean I imagine for example very well The secret way decorating a Kindergarten, while The Seeker fits less well in that role.
        Or maybe I’m just weird x)

        Well maybe I’ve also a tinnitus, because I never hear nothing, when everything else is silent, there is always a slight whistling sound.

        1. Author

          It’s a different kind of “dark” x)
          I would rather hang Anima Mundi than The Secret Ways in a Kindergarten xD

          As long as you only hear it when everything else is silent it shouldn’t be too bad x)
          Plot twist: everyone has at least a slight tinnitus so nobody can ever experience true silence and all just wonder what it is like, never being able to solve this mystery :D

  2. Nah The secret Ways is perfect for children, the monster looks so funny x)

    Ears are poorly designed devices x)

    1. Author

      Then let’s also hang The Secretive into Kindergarten xD

      1. Nah The Secretive would frighten children duh

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