How much is love?

how much is the love

How much is love? / Tomas Karkalas

Wonderful quote came in response to the digital painting HOW MUCH IS LOVE?

“Climb mountains not so the world can see you, but so you can see the world.” ~ David McCullough Jr.

David McCullough Jr. pictorially explained my wish to blog and get the comments – that’s my desire to become familiar with my surrounding.

a lonely passenger

a lonely passenger

photo painting A lonely Passenger / Tomas Karkalas

Fantasy bubbles are exploding; our handmade arts look like the meteoric attractions. They produce the pictorial splashes, yet who would care for the tatters? That’s why lots of pictures are rolling in the mud of the forgetfulness. The heart is crying for the survival and thus leads all those who have the ears to God’s Word. God dries our teardrop and gives the peace in Jesus Christ.

Daily Bread

digital photo painting by Tomas Karkalas

Daily Bread / Tomas Karkalas

Our spiritual condition has an impact on our physical condition, and vice versa. What affects one aspect of our being also touches all the others. We are a whole person ~~It is Written

fellow-traveller

photo painting HUMBUG FELLOW by Tomas Karkalas from Klaipeda, Lithuania
photo painting SELF-PERCEPTION by Tomas Karkalas from Klaipeda, Lithuania

The title put a question what is this? So the viewer wonder where is he ? That‘s why I like the fine arts. What is this?“ always blossoms out at art showrooms.
The close-up always works like magic  – changes everything to the abstraction that captivates with its symbolism. People can only envy such consciousness outside the exhibition.

Why Silence Overcome The Words

1955-? Tomas Karkalas - Klaipeda, Lithuania

1955 – ?

“Freedom is never free; it is always bought with blood”- — O.S. Hawkins.

The meaning of the “?“ is not the exact number, but the reminder about the death being not a dot. Thus the “?” motivates today, makes my walking more responsible here and now.

The Tasty Fall

digital painting The Tasty Fall by Tomas Karkalas - Klaipeda, Lithuania

digital painting The Tasty Fall by Tomas Karkalas – Klaipeda, Lithuania

“The error of youth is to believe that intelligence is a substitute for experience, while the error of age is to believe that the experience is a substitute for intelligence.” –Lyman Bryson (1888 – 1959) U.S. educator

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The trees know my thoughts, but do you know them too?

photo painting "The trees know, but do you know? bu Tpmas Karkalas from Klaipeda, Lithuania
The trees know my thoughts, but do you know them too?

Trees read thoughts,
The trees comfort me,
but I appeal to you.
Silence obscures the truth

my response

Freedom is never free; it is always bought with blood.O.S. Hawkins.