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Layered images of a fight, with the final layer being the reconciliation of the two men.
Expressing inner emotions that reflect my life’s battles- hence entry to Self as Other and Passions
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blue, fight, layer, man, men, peace, red, thehuman
Great idea – nice one Da
Let’s hope. Great work
Thanks for your comments Jim :)
nice work, nice sentiment
Thanks John- I was going to make a Triptych out of this but haven’t got the time yet! I love that piece of yours!
Very creative Daryl!!! :-)) Happy to hear the final outcome was a good one!!!
Thank you!!! I really admire the way a disagreement can make two friends closer in the end- that’s true friendship!
definitely a good one towards a triptych!
very nice to see a positive side of conflict… inspirational to find the good in all such things……… thank you………….b
you’re welcome, and thanks for your comment butchart :)
Very interesting. Think men are conditioned to battle as their essence truth is so at odds with what society promotes a man to be.
i very much agree Tony, society is a large cause of so much violence, not the answer to it. it sure has filled me with much hate over the past few years. i think mans “flaw” is not being able to rise above the pressures of society- but there again, why suffer for the sake of “society”…why not fight back??
I can fully understand your thoughts. I think much/most/perhaps all violence in scoiety is bron from confusion and a reluctance to search confusion. Men especially have been conditioned to fear being seen as confused and/or wrong. I search myself deeply and sometimes get so angry when others don’t. At these times I really do feel like fighting back. However I think not feeling hurt myself is the best defence to those who attack. After all we are all part of society and if society is hurting then at some level I feel it. Still trying to find the key to not being hurt but feel I am getting closer.
I agree, but I do think getting hurt is inevitable, and sometimes necessary. Hurt leads to healing, and healing is a beautiful journey of self discovery. We learn so much about ourselves…how we deal with the hurt and what actions we take…
Agree. I think that so long as we are open to pain and embracing it sooner than later that it is a positive. However many of us push pain and confusion down and say to ourselves we will get to it later. However later seems to never come and the pain stored gets triggered and creates greater pain and a victim mentality. Then it gets so unconscious that it creates the sort of personalities that we feel motivated to fight back aganst in my opinion.
this is amazingso much to see in thisI think you are beautiful.your art and writing show a lot of passion behind them
Thank you so much Lisa