Power of the Silence


While painting the wonderful transformations happen on the canvas. The portrait of the artist’s heart replaces the original drawing. So the painter becomes the spectator of his own work and the silence burst with the incredible stories. There is no such thing as unattractive subject of viewing. We encounter the dull surrounding just at a moment we stop our ears, when we allow our lips to mourn – to replace the listening to the nature with the sharing the personal prejudices.
Therefore the saying appeared: :The picture is worthy hundreds of words”.

The physical shape of things impacts a little what we see, because we enjoy not the bricks of some building, for example, but identify ourselves with the people who inhabit there – we see not them, but ourselves in them and look at the world through the eyes of the heart. Thus one and the same object may look the totally different. Just click on the links below and compare the Power of the Silence with the Summer Tale. The Home Sickness gives one more impression, yet all these pictures were drawn from one and the same object. As we talk about the humanity, about our spirituality or dream about the Peace, everything looks so nicely, yet our day to day life reveals lots of things that should be yet improved. In other words, all artworks are the mirrors and not all pictures that attract our eyes warm the hearts.

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The global warming mixed up the typical seasons. The mess covered the Earth, yet nothing can threaten the heart that blossom out with the faith in God’s omnipotence and wisdom, His love to the light, which indwells in each of us.

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anatomy of a mirror of art

The words Lithuanian “Labas” and English “Hello” sound differently, yet they both convey the same message. We all are connected between by the same striving. We all need one other. That’s so not only in spiritual sense, but in the trivial round too. I took the above photo in the hospital. The shot looks not attractively, but it talks pictorially about my life – depicts my need for daily medicine to “forget” the disability…

My posts should look like this photo, yet quite different mood dominates on my blog. Thus life illustrates the timeless wisdom out of itself : “we are not what we have in the pocket, but what we believe in”

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