Life’s secret

Tomas Karkalas ~ life's secret 2015

Tomas Karkalas ~ life’s secret 2015

Has a disable the right to dream?

The wish to share the artworks with you looks nicely but it is impossible to do that without your support. The Loneliness and  meaningless are inseparable between.

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

rediscovery of life

butterfly in the plaster - Tomas Karkalas

photo painting – butterfly in the plaster – Tomas Karkalas from Klaipeda, Lithuania

While wandering around the forest, the question “Are you lost?“ would sound like a hand of support to  get out.  But  the same inquiry would rise up only the irritation,  if  it would address us in the comfort of out home.
Our state of being lost in a physical world always cries for the help and demands the answer to „what should we do?“ , but in the spiritual realm the things look otherwise – the world prefers poetry to the direct reference word – points to the quotes of the wise but not the heart of the hearer.

Value your words. Each one may be the last — Stanislaw Jerzy Lec

hide-and-seak with myself


When the consciousness stands at the wheel, the peace of mind houses my pictures in spite of the hugest waves of the contradictory news I am shipping. I am safe when I put myself into God’s hands but everything threaten to crash in case I trust in my own hand-works. Thus while rejoicing at a play of the colors, the beauty inspires my gratitude.  While painting, my brush holds my whole soul… but do I have the right to name that magical refreshment my own conscious program?

The Fine Art & the Artist … that’s the eternal values versus the aging flesh…
The titles create the signature of an artist and the signature makes the titles.

I have a cap

“Character is how you treat those who can do nothing for you.”

key to life

‘The danger of the past was that men became slaves. The danger of the future is that man may become robots.’Erich Fromm

Wise sayings comfort the oldsters, release people of good will from the killing sense of their loneliness. Thus the quotes serve as the modern lullabies for the adults. The silent remarks gather together the ages: the strangers beam with the same mindset. The retorts don’t complaint to us of the physical helplessness of their authors, but boldly point to the eternities and thus remind us of God. The tourists rejoice at unforgettably beautiful churches, group their shots and wonder at just one entrance that allures many but opens just to personal knock at a door.


… If you aren’t good at loving yourself, you will have a difficult time loving anyone, since you’ll resent the time and energy you give another person that you aren’t even giving to yourself Barbara De Angelis
The quote diagnosed the modern times well. What remained unsaid is our response to

“what does it mean to love oneself?”

Good food satisfies our body, but such  joy lasts too short, yet  discovery of oneself in other always enables us to experience  Peace and Joy.