Melted Times II

Technique: Watercolor on paper
Dimensions: 56x40 cm
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The painting reveals a fluid, abstract landscape, dominated by blurring swathes of deep blues, soft grays, and earthy browns. Wispy, translucent layers suggest a dreamlike vista, reminiscent of distant mountains or waves, under a vast, open sky. Intermingled are hints of golden yellows and pale ochres, enriching the composition with warmth. Delicately splattered dots and thin, erratic lines of black ink add texture and a sense of movement, implying decay or a dynamic change over time.


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The story of my watercolour and mine has a romantic beginning of love at first sight. It was one-sided for a while, but the capricious watercolour eventually appreciated my efforts and reciprocated. Closing the door on the business world from which I had come, I pledged my loyalty to her until "death do us part" or my fingers could no longer control the brush and my eyes were dark.

This new relationship has transformed my daily life and enriched not only my life but also my spiritual world. I found a new form of self-expression, I learned, I explored and it gave me great joy. I am a believer, so I see water and light as God's primordial substance from which everything was created at the beginning of time. These two substances are the main elements of watercolour. Light creates the colours and water controls them. It is up to me to 'feel' the complex divine 'kind' and try to get my eyes on the essence. So when I run out of inspiration, I know where to look for its inexhaustible source.