My big eyes art work with little child Marie Antoinette and her whimsical black cat peeks out from behind her back.
MEANING AND TECHNIQUE
In the background an handmade crochet strip and on her head the ancient roses adorned with beads, her dress is made of paper and cloth cut from my old tent, in Mixed Media art. I wanted to joke a little about my childhood dream.
As a child I dreamed of being able to dress like Marie Antoinette, now I think of her dress as a sort of luxurious prison. However it is nice to look at the embroidery and the flakes around his slim body.
Marie Antoinette was born in Vienna on 2 November 1755 and died in Paris on 16 October 1793 – (Portrait of the charming Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun).
More than two centuries after his death, despite being the most controversial woman in France, she still has great charm and even in recent years we often talk about her as a source of inspiration.
I believe that Sweetness
can change anything.
The phrase is the precious veil of all my painting and I wrote it to change myself. In my heart I still do not know what Sweetness really means.
Perhaps Sweetness is the equivalent of the stability of thought. Perhaps Sweetness is a lack of envy, Love for one’s neighbor and true renunciation to make others feel happier.
Perhaps Sweetness is talking in a reassuring tone. Maybe Sweetness is trying to avoid seeing the black dot in the blank sheet and propose solutions instead of criticizing. Maybe Sweetness is able to hear the sweet music of the angels even when everything goes wrong. I admit to having stuck in many of these points, but I’m one that does not give up…
I want a meeting place in every city where there are experts who talk about how to grow in the community and become better people.
A place where you do not have to pay to enter, but if you want you can also eat and buy useful things inside. A place of true aggregation, a space illuminated by the sun that invites me to enter and exchange emotions of joy. It will be for ordinary people who perform miracles every day.