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acrylic paint on canvas 40 × 50 cm

…not sure if this is finished yet … so consider it still “in progress” for now, please :) …

…one more quote from R. M. Rilke:
If you trust in Nature, in the small Things that hardly anyone sees and that can so suddenly become huge, immeasurable; if you have this love for what is humble and try very simply, as someone who serves, to win the confidence of what seems poor: then everything will become easier for you, more coherent and somehow more reconciling, not in your conscious mind perhaps, which stays behind, astonished, but in your innermost awareness, awakeness, and knowledge.
Letter Four (16 July 1903)

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fruit, pomegranate, the tangible reality, the reality of thoughts, constructed reality, constructed negativity, symbolism, freed consciousness, simplicity of being, abundance of being, annamora, anna moraova

I believe arts making creates connection between our inner and outer worlds.
I love the depth, the lightness, the playfulness, the seriousness and the inexpressibly sincere nature of relationships which tend to ‘just happen’ while sharing interests, passions and frustrations about art :)

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  • banrai
    banraialmost 3 years ago

    finished or not… like every thing I see here

  • thank you Banrai … you are very kind :)

    – annamora

  • timbuckley
    timbuckleyalmost 3 years ago

    This is so full and ripe with beauty and meaning and I would feel it finished

  • thank you Tim :)
    yes, I thought I will get some responses and since we limit ourselves to positive here, I felt safe …. already got bad criticism from my son …. he never likes red :)

    – annamora

  • Sorina Williams
    Sorina Williamsalmost 3 years ago

    I agree with the comments above, Anna! It’s perfect!!! :)

  • thank you so much Sorina
    I feel encouraged now ….. I stashed it away for now and will see after some time :)

    – annamora

  • izzybeth
    izzybethalmost 3 years ago

    love your art and your title. cognitive shift… I see the pomegranate is peeled, open, the meaning in my mind is definitely a shift… The face is breaking through something… an epiphany maybe?

  • thank you so much for thinking about meanings I decode in ….

    – annamora

  • Maree Cardinale
    Maree Cardinalealmost 3 years ago

    It’s beautiful, and I love the colours… but I like red. :D

  • I love red too
    thank you very much

    – annamora

  • eoconnor
    eoconnoralmost 3 years ago
    ANNA A GREAT PEICE THIS IS ,LOVE THE PALETTE AND YOUR WORK SO IMAGINATIVE COLOURS OF A PASSION BURNING !!lIZ))
  • :) thank you Liz …. passionate questioning … yes – but now left to ripen on it’s own in it’s own time

    – annamora

  • kenroome
    kenroomealmost 3 years ago

    I would echo Tim here…very full, and flush with passion, much like the wonderful pomegranite. The Rilke is perfect!

  • thank you Ken, and I thought you will like that Rilke too :)

    – annamora

  • Tammera
    Tammeraalmost 3 years ago

    LOVELY WORK HON!!

  • thank you very much Tammera

    – annamora

  • Tammera
    Tammeraalmost 3 years ago

    LOVE THE QUOTE ALSO….SO FITTING AND DEEP IN MEANING!!

  • thank you
    I found that quote so meaningful too

    – annamora

  • evon ski
    evon skialmost 3 years ago

    oh remarkably beautiful piece Anna. really this is exquisite. love the bluish glow around the pomegrant seeds.

  • it’s fun to paint realistically … and always so much to learn …
    thank you very much Yvonca

    – annamora

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