heārtist like me (I'm the only one I know, yet but, well ...), practice the different schools of magic from time to time, usually the school ofAlchemytakes the major role, but that's only because I create things, not every day I get to useNecromancy.
One sunny day, somewhere in late 2017, while I was playing the foolish role of theNecromancer, exactly while I was invoking the spirit of a deceased person, I met one calledJim Morrison, which conjured in front of my eyes with his current form of a demon, I call him in the alias of "Diabolic Jim" since. I have learned to contain such force within his own alias, Mr. Mojorisin.
In the notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci, it is stated that "Of all human opinions that are to be reputed the most foolish which deals with the belief in Necromancy, the sister of Alchemy, which gives birth to simple and natural things.
The act of performing medieval necromancy usually involved magic circles, conjurations, and sacrifices such as those shown in the Munich Manual of Demonic Magic:
Jim Morrisonwas a beloved rocker and the lead singer of The Doors. He was also sadly a member of the 27th Club. Although the official cause of death was listed as congestive heart failure, many questions still remain about the mysterious circumstances surroundingJim Morrison’s death.
I've decided to show his diabolic side and called him "Diabolic Jim"
The Door's song "Riders on the storm" which inspired by spree killer Billey Cook, to show the differences between right and wrong, good and evil, love and hate, and brains and heART.
Jim Morrison's wild personality in real life, unpredictable and erratic performances, and the dramatic circumstances surrounding his life and early death at 27 years old (one of the 27th club members).
So I used a big zipper that enables him to have a glimpse of his human life thru his diabolic immortal shape of Diabolic Jim, the difference between these two worlds like in each and every one of us.
materials: acrylic, wood, plaster, metal, zipper size: 40''x 50'' years: 2017-2022 weight: 60 lbs work capacity (painting): ~170 hrs est. Inspiration: doors' epic song "riders on the storm"
Location: NEW EĀRTH MUSEUM, REDHOOK, NY (SInce 2023) Publications: America - Miami - Art Basel 2022, NEM 2023, Israel 2017-2022
"moonshāde” is a captivating heārtwork that portrays a magical owl basking in the moon's light. The intricate details of the owl's feathers and piercing gaze draw the viewer in, while the play of light and shadow creates an otherworldly atmosphere.
This heārtwork has captivated audiences at over 30 burn events worldwide and has also been featured in galleries and nightclubs, where it continues to mesmerize and inspire with its magical presence.
The skies are the depths of the ocean Night has come so black Darkness meets the ground Pair of frightening sunflower eyes Staring at the emptiness.
White sounds of silence Surrounding the thick air Can you feel the tension? Something is about to happen moonshāde takes a flight Wings are midnight skies Gliding through the darkness A hunter in the night In a sea of blacks and greens In the forest of the night
moonshāde is a heārtwork of the night A creature of beauty and grace A symbol of wisdom and power The heārtist has captured the essence of the owl - moonshāde In its hunting in the dark of the night A heārtwork that reflects the depth of emotion And the beauty of the nature
ange gārdien de Lennon / The guārdian angel of Lennon
Introducing "ange gārdien de Lennon" (The Guardian Angel of Lennon), a captivating artwork that pays tribute to the enduring legacy of John Lennon. Inspired by a serendipitous encounter with a guardian angel while savoring an espresso in a quaint French coffee shop, this piece embodies the angel's message of perpetuating Lennon's remarkable influence on our world.
Through this heartfelt creation, I sought to capture Lennon's optimistic worldview and his extraordinary way of life. In today's reality, life may not always resemble the idyllic "strawberry fields," but Lennon's spirit remains a beacon of hope and inspiration.
The dreamy gaze and contemplative thoughts that Lennon possessed are immortalized in this artwork, as I faithfully sought to bring the word "Imagine" to life, just as the guardian angel instructed. Additionally, I have included the guardian angel on the canvas to ensure the perpetuation of Lennon's boundless creativity.
Employing short brushstrokes and eschewing pronounced accents and reliefs, I deliberately embraced the power of simplicity in my painting. This choice serves to accentuate Lennon's imaginary and enigmatic perspective, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in his blurred yet profound vision.
"Ange Gardien de Lennon" invites you to experience the timeless essence of John Lennon, a guardian angel whose influence and artistry continue to shape our lives. Allow yourself to be transported into the ethereal realm of Lennon's imagination and be inspired to keep his legacy alive.
materials: acrylic on canvas size: 48''x 60'' years: 2019-2019 weight: 12 lbs work capacity (painting): ~82 hrs est. inspiration: John Lennon (imagine)
Location: NEW EĀRTH MUSEUM, REDHOOK, NY (SInce 2023) Publications: America - Miami - Art Basel 2022, NEM 2023, Israel 2019-2022
original artwork is owned by the Israeli embassy in Dubai
ēirene is the symbol for the Greek goddess of peace and love.
ēirene has participated in more than 15 burn events worldwide!
I really cannot express nor visually or with words, what is this masterpiece, your eyes must see it to believe.
emerging from deep emotions that blur my heart and sight, I tried to gaze upon the barren canvas, and without knowing I started painting ēirene into her being. I sought to capture the essence of those filled with peace and love, to imbue my artwork with their energies and my soul.
with each stroke of my brush, I poured my heart into the canvas, creating a fusion of colors that danced and pulsed with life.
the result becomes to be a magical figure on top of a black lotus vibrant with rainbow feathers that form into an aura of magical wings that radiated from the painting and captured the hearts of all who beheld it.
I had chosen to shape ēirene on top of the black lotus because I desired to create something so unique and powerful as a true testament to my artistry in the form
dove of peace and later on I’ve imbued it with the energy of peace and love as a tribute to all those who seek to bring harmony to the world.
with each passing day, ēirene starts to glow brighter, her colors are more vibrant, and her magic becomes more and more powerful.
for it is through love and peace that we truly find the light, that our hearts are filled with the fire of hope and happiness.
we as ēirene, bask in the radiance of celebrating the enduring power of lights.
“with each stroke of my brush, ēirene comes to life, I crafted her heart with my bare hands, and now it’s pounding,” the heārtist said one magical night, and added
“She is a wondrous creation, like the presence of the black lotus behind in the background, she evolves with great wings of radiant colors, dancing and swirling in her original style, she is after all ēirene”
as a symbol of peace and love, ēirene glows with an inner light, a beacon of hope in the midst of a tumultuous world.
I offer ēirene as a gift to the Israeli embassy of Dubai to become a token tribute to the spirit of peace and love that endures within us all.
may her radiance shine bright, spreading her message of hope and serenity far and wide.
for in the words of the ancient ”shalom” which is a term of peace and wholeness, lies at the heārt of ēirene as a testament to the power of art with the ability to heal and inspire, to remind us of the beauty that lies within us all.
amidst the sands of Dubai, where the scorching sun beat down upon the earth, there arose a glimmer of hope, a shimmering beacon of light in the form of a magnificent painting. this painting was known as ēirene, the goddess of peace and love, the embodiment of all that was pure and good in the world.
crafted with the finest magical brushstrokes of my beloved “don pānello” and a piece of the heārtist's soul, ēirene was unlike any other work of art.
the canvas becomes alive with the pulsing energy of countless dancing heārts, united in a symphony of peace and love, within each stroke of don pānello that imbued the essence of those who sought solace from the turmoil of the world, their hope and joy channeled into the fabric of the painting.
ēirene finally was born, a beautiful creature of day and night, her wings of pure light spreading wide as she danced in the colors of the aurora borealis. her right wing was inspired by the ancient symbolism of the black lotus, which stands for a symbol of enlightenment and spiritual awakening, but ēirene is much more, she is a symbol of hope, peace, and love, she’s a shining beacon in the darkness that covers our world.
with her creation, the heārtist sought to honor the spirit of God’s children and bring a glimmer of hope to the world.
ēirene was presented to the world in 2021 and started her background as a black lotus until she formed in her being as a goddess of peace, her aura radiating a serene calm, a soothing presence amidst the chaos of the world.
size: 76'' x 84'' materials: Acrylic on canvas years: 2020-2022 work capacity (painting): 255 hrs est.
Location: NEW EĀRTH MUSEUM, REDHOOK, NY (SInce 2023) Publications: America - Miami - Art Basel 2022, NEM 2023, TLV 2020-2022
In each of us hidden a black swan, is that miracle of creation that no one else but us could expect, the other in us that wants to break through and fully fulfill our being.
In cosmic terms, to meet the black swan within us is to be one with our destiny, with who we dream of being on that magical enchanted one moment before we fall asleep.
“black swān” is formed on unique golden fabric with an emphasis on vivid acrylic colors and if you visit this heārtwork at night time you will be able to notice his wonderful partner, she emerges in the dark, taking form from his wings and swims aside of him and supports with her precious love.
Deep inside you must believe in yourself, you are your black swān wonder of the world that was created with love in order to love.
doesn't matter if you are a prince or a princess wrapped with soft feathers and a smile in your heārt, a world of wonder means world’s wonders that was created in a black swān like yourself.
size: 50'' x 50'' materials: Acrylic on Gold fabric years: 2018 work capacity (painting): 43 hrs est.
Location: NEW EĀRTH MUSEUM, REDHOOK, NY (SInce 2023) Publications: America - Miami - Art Basel 2022, NEM 2023, Israel 2018-2022
The heārtwork of Hattori Henzō depicts a captivating scene, set in Feudal Japan, where the legendary Samurai comes to life once again. The setting is rich with symbolism and cultural references, bringing to light the intricate world of Japanese Geisha and Samurai culture.
The centerpiece of the artwork is Hattori Henzō, a renowned Samurai known for his unwavering bravery and indomitable spirit. He is portrayed as a stoic figure, exuding a sense of strength and resilience, with his piercing eyes and commanding presence. Clad in traditional Samurai armor, Henzō embodies the code of Bushido, the way of the warrior, which he followed with utmost dedication in his lifetime.
Surrounding Henzō, the artwork depicts ethereal elements, representing the spiritual world and the afterlife. Ghostly shadows and misty silhouettes evoke the sense of the living dead, symbolizing Henzō's soul returning from the realm of the departed. This symbolism underscores the theme of Henzō's enduring powers and the eternal legacy he leaves behind.
The emotional pain that comes with the life of a Samurai is also portrayed in the artwork. The weight of the sacrifices, the internal struggles, and the solitude that comes with the Samurai path are depicted through Henzō's somber expression and the somber tone of the artwork. The artwork delves into the inner world of Henzō, exploring the psychological and emotional depths of a Samurai monk.
Hattori Henzō's heārtwork is a mesmerizing fusion of history, spirituality, and emotion. It tells a compelling story of a legendary Samurai's return from the spiritual world, delving into the complexities of a Samurai's life and the cultural nuances of Feudal Japan. Through its symbolism and evocative imagery, the artwork captures the essence of Japanese Geisha and Samurai culture, leaving a lasting impression on the viewers.
materials: acrylic on canvas and metal size: 40''x 60'' plus 20'' helmet from palm tree years: 2021 weight: 4 lbs work capacity (painting): ~75 hrs est.
I've been asked to make a set-up for a series of events called "GEISHA" in order to do so, I've studied about the Japanese Geisha's and find out to make my own Hamayū.
Hamayū (濱勇) of Shinbashi (1910). A Meiji period junior Geiko (Geisha) with the Yamato geisha house in the Nanchi gokagai (Southern five geisha districts) of Osaka and a Taisho period Geisha with the Shinbashi hanamachi in Tokyo. (Hamayū (濱勇) was a geisha who worked in both Osaka and Tokyo during the Meiji and Taisho periods in Japan).
She was associated with the Yamato geisha house in the Nanchi gokagai, which was a district with five geisha districts located in the southern part of Osaka during the Meiji period.
Hamayū later moved to Tokyo and became a geisha in the Shinbashi hanamachi, which was a geisha district in Tokyo during the Taisho period.
There are several contemporary postcards and references in the literature to her under the name Hamayū, both as a junior geisha in Osaka and later as a geisha in Tokyo, but none that accounts for the name Hawaryu. It is a nickname (Tokyo Dragon)
Hamayū, Meiji's famous pride, Osaka's geisha, Nanchi's delight, Silk Kimono, adorned with grace. Obi tied in intricate embrace, a Taisho Geisha, a Tokyo's star, Beauty, talent, cherished grace, Elegance and pure delight embrace Legacy of geisha's timeless sage, Hamayū, history's cherished page.
materials: acrylic on canvas and metal size: 40''x 60'' years: 2021 weight: 4 lbs work capacity (painting): ~67 hrs est.
Location: NEW EĀRTH MUSEUM, REDHOOK, NY (SInce 2023) Publications: America - Miami - Art Basel 2022, NEM 2023, TLV 2021-2022
In the Ancient Mesopotamian religion, found in cuneiform texts of Sumer, Assyria, and Babylonia Lilith signifies a spirit or demon. Lilith continues to serve as source material in today's popular culture, Western culture, literature, occultism, fantasy, and horror.
During the day, this artwork may appear misleading as it doesn't fully reveal the profound gaze of the daughter of the abyss lord. However, at night, when the purple sun rises, her eyes open, and tears of flames and pure fire flow.
her beauty hides a rare of darkness creature of the midnight hour mystic ancient powers her eyes aglow with fiery might a haunting gaze that gleams at night her hair a tangle of onyx black a symbol of her forbidden track
she walks with grace, a regal stride the force that cannot be denied her voice a whisper, both sweet and dire magic words that tempt desire
heart of mystery, a tale untold a story written in blood and gold a soul that's bound by ancient lore a spirit fierce, a tempest's roar
she's feared and revered in equal measure sorceress with timeless treasure the daughter of the Damned, Lilith bold a legend whispered, a story told
materials: acrylic on canvas size: 40''x 40'' years: 2017 weight: 40 lbs work capacity (painting): ~35 hrs est. Inspiration: the new testament
HPC- This work belongs to theHartist'sPrivateCollection which he shares with the public at the gallery in full size.
original heārtwork is not for sale.
a piece of heārt is placed on velvet countless emotions breathtaking sights a piece of heārt dissolving something is covering the heārt an eclipse what is an eclipse of the heārt
a total eclipse of the heārt one day, I was listening to these divine sounds of the total eclipse of the heārt it touches me in my own personal heārtclipse I immediately shared it with the world with this masterpiece of mindless and full of emotions
materials: acrylic on velvet size: 30''x 50'' years: 2020 weight: 10 lbs work capacity (painting): ~16 hrs inspiration: song: total eclipse of the heart
The liōness is a symbol of strength, power, and grace. She is the embodiment of the feminine spirit, the real "king of the jungle" which has everything inside of her, She is a fighter, a fetcher, a beast, and a gentle mother all at once.
In the wild, the lioness is a formidable hunter and protector of her pride, She is the one who hunts for food and brings it back to her family, She is fiercely loyal and protective of her cubs, and will stop at nothing to defend them from any threat.
Beyond her physical strength, the lioness also possesses incredible intelligence and adaptability, She is able to work together with other members of her pride to achieve common goals, such as hunting or defending their territory, also she is a social animal, and her ability to communicate and cooperate with others is key to her success in the wild.
In many cultures, the lioness is also a symbol of royalty and power, She is often associated with goddesses and female deities and is revered for her strength and grace.
In our modern world, the lioness continues to be an inspiration to many, She represents the power and potential of women and serves as a reminder that strength and beauty can coexist in the same creature, She is a symbol of resilience, courage, and determination, and a reminder that the feminine spirit can overcome any obstacle.
As we celebrate the beauty and strength of the liōness, let us also honor the women who embody these same qualities in our own lives. May we all draw inspiration from the liōness, and strive to live with the same power, grace, and determination.
This well-known smell in the air That drives her senses madly The sun just across mid-sky Starts dancing with the horizon The dance of decay, full of sand and dust The skies full of blood Dead moon shadows the racked ground There's not a drop of life to saturate Or even a grain of water to comfort Just another silence after another day Same silence, quiet as before... She draws her essence To hear better, to see better To the battle, she disappears in the shadows That smell, that exact smell in the air An animal about to be slaughtered The tension and power of nature Everyone concentrates on her, the liōness The true queen of the wilderness The feeding hand, the giver, the participant Who understands the cosmic order precisely She is the force behind the force The diligence beyond diligence The responsibility of a mother With the power of the wild We are all feet to the daughter of the sun The spirit of the woman, The liōness.
materials: acrylic on canvas size: 69''x 77'' years: 2019-2023 weight: 241 lbs work capacity (painting): ~241 hrs est. inspiration: woman
the mād hatter:" Where is everyone? Hello? it is almost 6 o'clock"
the Queen of hearts: “did you see my cat?” tweedle dee and tweedle dum: "but where is that cat?" the mād hatter: "does someone see the cheshire cat? He disappearedagain Ohh well…"
this heārtwork features a striking depiction of the iconic Mad Hatter and his hat slogan 10^6 which means a million choices in one moment of time, or it is just 10 min to 6 o'clock, whatever...
inspired by Johnny Depp in "Alice in wonderland" gazing directly at the viewer. Despite the lack of visible eyes, the Mad Hatter's head is adorned with clocks, all set to just before six o'clock, presumably in preparation for the tea party exactly like in the book.
However, despite the apparent readiness for the party, the scene is notably devoid of any other attendees. Instead, the Mad Hatter is joined by the Queen of Hearts, who appears to be searching for her cat, and Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, who seem to be similarly perplexed by the feline's disappearance. There are more surprises even in the back of the art.
The Cheshire Cat, a character notorious for his ability to vanish at will, is also mentioned, though his whereabouts remain unclear.
The overall effect of the artwork is one of whimsy and surrealism, with the various characters and their actions inviting the viewer to ponder the strange and fantastical world of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland."
HPC- This work belongs to theHartist'sPrivateCollection which he shares with the public at the gallery in full size.
original heārtwork is not for sale.
materials: acrylic, wood, plaster, rope, ladder, rose size: 36''x 48'' years: 2017-2022 weight: 5 lbs work capacity (painting): ~205 hrs est. Inspiration: Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland." arcānes: transmutātion, Illusiōn, summōnning, trānsformation, ārithmecy, chronomācy, ālchemy
this heārtwork captures the essence of one of the most iconic and notorious villains in pop culture history - Darth Vader.
this piece depicts the inspiration of dark forces and evil-wise in a way that is both haunting and awe-inspiring.
I wanted to convey the darkness and power associated with Darth Vader, and the use of the letter "k" in the name adds an ominous touch as if to signal the finality and inevitability of the character's fate.
The heārtwork itself is a stunning portrayal of Darth Vader, with the use of green neons adding an eerie glow to the piece that truly brings it to life.
The liquid of no life, as the heārtist refers to it, is seen running inside of him, further emphasizing the sense of darkness and foreboding that surrounds this character.
As one of the most iconic characters in the Star Wars universe, Darth Vader is known for his imposing presence, his powerful control of the Force, and his ruthless pursuit of his goals. In Dārkth, the heārtist captures all of these qualities, as well as the sense of fear and intimidation that he inspires in those around him.
Overall, Dārkth is a masterful heārtwork that captures the essence of one of the most memorable villains in popular culture.
Through the use of color, texture, and imagery, the heārtist has created a piece that is both beautiful and haunting and serves as a powerful reminder of the enduring appeal of this iconic character.
materials: acrylic, wood, plaster, metal, nails size: 40''x 40'' years: 2017-2022 weight: 40 lbs work capacity (painting): ~115 hrs est. Inspiration: STAR WARS, Darth Vader
Location: NEW EĀRTH MUSEUM, REDHOOK, NY (SInce 2023) Publications: America - Miami - Art Basel 2022, NEM 2023, Israel 2017-2022
the heārtist, along with his heteronymous m’glo was playing with the idea of his masterpiece ”La Parata delle Mūse” which in plain English means the “mūse’s parade”.
It is a stunning tribute to the power of imagination and the enduring legacy of great artists like William Shakespeare. The painting captures the essence of Shakespeare's creativity and his ability to create timeless tales that continue to inspire and captivate audiences around the world.
The use of symbolism and rich colors in the painting is a testament to the complexity of Shakespeare's work and the many layers of meaning that can be found in his plays. The depiction of Lady Macbeth and Juliet as puppets being controlled by Shakespeare adds to the sense of his creative power, while the use of musical instruments like the guitar adds a lyrical quality to the painting.
Overall, La Parata delle Mūse is a stunning tribute to the power of the artist's imagination and the enduring legacy of great artists like William Shakespeare. The painting is a true masterpiece that captures the essence of Shakespeare's creativity and the timeless tales that continue to captivate audiences today.
materials: acrylic on canvas size: 120''x 70'' years: 2022-2023 weight: 55 lbs work capacity (painting): ~250 hrs est. inspiration: William Shakespeare's plays, heārtist goals, heārtist's deck of cards
Mona Lisa is undoubtedly the "holy grail" of art, and there is nothing more challenging an artist than making his version of the legendary Mona Lisa. my Mona Lisa is called "monāliza" and it is so different from Da Vinci's painting but yet the same, maybe fewer trees and oil paint but it is still in the same language artistically.
thinking about Da Vinci's passion to write his books in mirror writing, a cool way to see his reader's point of view, I’ve chosen to do the same with current day-to-day materials, thru the eyes of the reality of our times. So this time, I wanted to convey the realities among reality in 2019 and fling them with the art and values of today's society, just as da Vinci did in the 14th ct.
well, one day I worked with concrete casting for my old gallery back in Israel, and my Monāliza was resting in the studio and dusting for over 3 years without a clue how to finish her, then while I was playing with big-boys games with concrete and cement monāliza was calling me to come, and I started pouring it out of sesame stones, sand, and cement, the same materials with which the concrete foundations of the early 2020 aristocracy. I wore monāliza with torn communication wires to emphasize our ways to connect anywhere in the world, and we can't even communicate with each other. her eyes in the original piece are "looking at you from every angle you look," are symbolized by the eyes of the "big brother" we are being CENSORED, in the same way that we are too fed every day, the same as we censor things as we please to others. monāliza's hands signify calm, made of a stain-colored plaster associated with prisoner clothing in the US, so we are coercively peaceful, moving within our disquiet as prisoners of government "within the realm of possibility" otherwise we lose our so-called "freedom".
monāliza's red lips are sculpted in red sand and are aside to show that even in our society people regularly bury their words (their words = their truth) in the sand, and whisper what the other expects them to say, so it's like we are mumbling nonsense. Within my monāliza's attire, I cast roughly iron rails pieces over white-as-snow silicon, to show the differences between human classes, which simulate also railroad tracks, to illustrate how sometimes people who think they are climbing up the scale and step on people on the way to no-where.
the background of Mona Lisa is the pastoral background of that time, monāliza background is the skyscrapers surrounding us as a gray-topped landscape in concrete castings that I uncovered (part of a perpetual imperfection in perfection) and what came out that for about a couple of months and two years, I build and paint and create the foundations of our society, the high, judicious bourgeoisie, who zealously adhere to art, which, God forbid, if I was painted a portrait or replica I would be crucified on a cross tree for sure. so this is my stone humble monāliza is a completely different interpretation, in my bold and naked language, really my own, in a revealing way how I would represent the spirit of the period in my art, with my monolith, "The Femme Fatale" in my private "Louvre". This work of art sometime in the next centuries to come will represent our time and spirit in the 2020s... within a corona-time and miscommunicating society.
materials: acrylic, wood, plaster, metal, glass, sand, resin, communication cables, metal plates, wool on canvas size: 28''x 48'' x 2'' years: 2016-2023 weight: 50 lbs work capacity (painting): ~190 hrs est. learning (Study): over 250 hrs ārcanes: necrōmancy, transmutātion, Illusiōn, summōnning, divinātion, religiōn, ālchemy
This masterpiece explores the raw and emotional side of legendary musician Kurt Cobain. Through powerful imagery and symbolism, the artwork delves into the struggles that ultimately led to Cobain's tragic death in 1994.
I was inspired by a newspaper typo that referred to Cobain as "Kurdet", a name that would later be adopted by Kurt when feeling down on himself. Conversely, when Cobain found peace within himself, he referred to himself as "Kurt". The artwork is a tribute to the complexity of Cobain's personality and serves as a poignant reminder of the importance of mental health awareness.
Titled "Burning Kūrt / Fading Kūrdet (Kūrt Kūrdet Cobain)", this masterpiece is a must-see for fans of Cobain and those who appreciate thought-provoking, emotionally charged art.
this heārtwork is the inspiration of the digital version: burning kūrt / fading kūrdet
Walking in the desert of no-where for a while, wondering about that man who sold the world, does anyone knows him at least as well as I do? Does anyone else heard his vandolin sounds?
In the way of a dilapidated sign standing on its wire with strange language written on it ”hwish-kahl”, A heavy smell surrounds the air around me, an incomprehensible stench fills the compressed air, I carefully cross the stinking river bridge, and just near the end of the bridge I hear voices below me.
I climb down the steep road to the crevasse under the bridge and see a mirage cross an obstacle near the water line, point to it and repeat and chant a string of words "something in the way, mmm, something in the way, mmm" until suddenly he notices me and then flames envelop him. He burns in flames in front of my eyes, then immediately after a moment he fades away and disappears and returns wearing the appearance of a handsome guy with a somber look and golden hair that flows down to his shoulders.
He looks at me with his big eyes, points at me, stops, and shouts "It's better to burn than fade away" and again burns and fades away himself.
Almost impossible for me to communicate with a flame or a mirage of wind, I have decided to leave and climb back towards the bridge.
I think about this strange situation, hearing again the sounds of the heavenly instrumental, someone, somewhere around me is playing a vandolin.
My head is frantically following the voice coming from the trees of a nearby forest, I felt my steps rushing towards the increasing voices that in a distorted form are so familiar to me, "Mmmm.. something in the way, mmm... something in the way" he played on the vandolinand hums in a voice that makes me stop and wonder who I am. It's the golden boy, his eyes can tell a story of a thousand years in an instant, I pull out my notebook and hand him the poem that the one with the black star wrote earlier, he swipes his hand gently over the ink as if his hands are caressing something familiar.
He shuts his eyes and a rough grungy voice comes out of the mirage golden boy, he undoubtedly knows the song of the one who sold the world.
Drops of golden rainfall from the treetops trying to extinguish the flame that fades in front of me, I treasure the moment inside of my heārt in order to present the extinguished fire of the golden boy, I call him “come as you are”
Kūrt - The flaming Kūrdt - The fading Cubain
materials: acrylic on canvas size: 40''x 60'' years: 2017-2022 weight: 40 lbs work capacity (painting): ~110 hrs est. learning (Study): over 70 hrs
heteronymous: the heārtist [Recanati]
ārcanes: necrōmancy, transmutātion, Illusiōn, summōnning, divinātion , 27th club