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art response

digital painting by Tomas Karkalas

The hackers didn’t overcome me –  Butterfly in Plaster still looks to you.

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mysterious art porridge

life story

Life experience discovers itself in a fall. The colors of the leaves are talking loudly by transforming into the ugly porridge on a street that doesn’t attract the passersby.  The beauty disguises as the employer to the cleaners who are the feeders of the artists who are proud of signing this mess as the fine arts.

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The derelict

photo painting of the derelict, abstract art

THE DERELICT -- 2010 by Tomas Karkalas

Colors always attract us,  allure to follow their stories.  So  I became the eyewitness of the challenging picture  above. The stick underfoot caught my eye, yet what should my reaction be?  Should I enjoy the view, or pick up the derelict to throw it to the dustbin in order the garden could please the eye of each?

While dealing with the eternities the light met the changing morality…

As  I started to paint,  the heart on the easel was my only goal and the main value of the artistic canvas. Unfortunately the modern world understands just market language. Thus my schooling is suitable only to …the mental hospitals.

As I look at the photo I enjoy not my digital painting but the memories that comfort the heart by offering to look at my  zero bank account as a test of my fitness to forthcoming dawn.

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what’s at witness-box

snow portraits

witness-box 2010

my pictures help me to locate my place in the daily hustle. The eternal truths interpret my eyesight and thus transform what’s at hand into the trusty road-stick.  That’s the whisper of the air.  Please read the full story here…

landscape of proverbs

landscape of proverbs

landscape of proverbs - digital painting by Tomas Karkalas 2010

The artworks transform the heartache into the wonderment at landscapes of proverbs. The Words of Wisdom enable us to welcome severe tests of our life.

“Be grateful for whoever comes, because each
guest has been sent as a guide from beyond”
–Rumi

look at Creative Light below. You might also like the digital painting What Hides Under the Words

waiting game

Portrait of the Silence

Portrait of my silence 2009 by Tomas Karkalas

There are houses whom we know well from the postcards, and there are houses that are patiently waiting for us.  I took a shot of such and colored the photo. It looks for you from the above.   Personally I am going to the hospital. I will spend my November there, thus your comments will make my days.  Thank you in advance.  I wish you the best Fall festival, just click on the above.

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