Jessica Rimondi I like how the paint validates the emotions and expressions within this portrait, by the limited palette it structures the shapes and forms. Then to have a deeper depth of what is trying to be convey and incorporated by the use of the paint with the techniques being able to enforce the concepts. I would like to experiment with my own developments to have a source of vivid expression, to allow the painting to speak for itself and not have any narrative connotation towards it…
I like the fact this portrait is of the same person and same facial expressions but many different angles are shown. The artist has pieced together fragments of the same person into one picture. I would like to link this style into my art by piecing together fragments.
Loosening the Knots of Anger Through Mindfulness Practice
In our consciousness there are blocks of pain, anger and frustration called internal formations. They are also called knots because they tie us up and obstruct our freedom. When someone insults us or does something unkind to us, an internal formation is created in our consciousness. If you don’t know how to undo the internal knot and transform it, the knot will stay there for a long time. -Thich Nhat Hanh via Lion's Roar #KnotsOfAnger (Image: Henrique Oliveira)
Jules Claretie a écrit : “ Toute personne qui entreprend quelque chose a contre elle ceux qui voudraient faire la même chose, ceux qui font précisément le contraire et surtout la grande armée des gens d'autant plus sévères qu'ils ne font rien du tout. ”