Dreams are a mysterious phenomenon of human existence
Previously, it was believed that the gods themselves send dreams to people with high social status, and dream interpreters accompanied generals during military campaigns. During the Roman Empire, some dreams even became the subject of legal proceedings. There are many cases when people of art and science their best ideas came in a dream. The cult Creator of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud believed that sleep is a time when a person refuses to interact with the outside world and enters into communication with the inner world, with his subconscious.
About conceptual abstract seria Dream Catcher and Subconscious:
I live in a large, very large house ... There are many floors in it, each has many rooms ... A special feature of my house is that it has just countless windows! I wander around the house all day and even at night, because my nights are short because of insomnia. I do not know the routes, because I can’t even imagine how my house was built - I never saw the plan. I move from one room to another, walk up to the windows and look into them. I do not know what I will see outside the window. It is always a surprise. Sometimes it’s just dizzy from the beauty outside, and sometimes I scream back, trembling in horror ... These windows are pictures, these are books, this is music that lives with me in this house. I am a prisoner of my house, but I never want to leave it! Both of us, my home and I, are one, we grow on the same roots, we have a common trunk and branches. I am this, this is me. We are "house - tree". And this tree does not grow here ...
Acrylic marbled painting by Lilya Volskaya
Perfectly is suitable for an interior in the bedroom, dining room, library, beauty salon.Original decor for meeting room in office, workspace. A gift for friends, boss. A souvenir for guests and business partners.
Original name is "King of Creol" from series "Dreamcatcher" 2018 Oil, canvas on cardboard. Reinforced with a second layer of cardboard, covered with a protective varnish. Framed in a baguette, with suspensions. This work was inspired by emotions like in The Who song Behind Blue Eyes. Original Oil Painting by Lilya Volskaya Outer space, fantasy, illustration, abstract, men, abstract
Conceptual Abstract Illustration Marbled Ebru
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