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Vian Sora Iraq artist, living, experiencing, painting

Sunday, February 26, 2006

Abstract and images - placing emotions and representations, one of inward views and the other from perspective, into color within context and shapes. Describing passion through hues, showing love and simplicity, hatred and complexity all within the canvas. Lines of sharp edges depicting contrast found in life to blended clouds displaying the mixture of existence. Expressive and vibrant, yet confronted by painful moments, the delicate balance within Iraq, breathing then calamity, captured momentarily. Seeking moments of normality, mixed and jaded by reality, repressing a jaundiced view. And, similar to abstraction, the possibilities endless.




Composition II



Burning Impulse




Dichotomy




Philosophy of the Code





Rumination



Words of Beauty



Poetic



Signs

3 Comments:

Anonymous Constance said...

These are breathtaking. I can not even imagine the experiences you must be enduring to illustrate such beauty and pain in a single work.

I am especially drawn to the Philosophy of the Code.

11:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Baghdad Artist:

I love the rich colours of your palette!

It's been a beautiful experience to visit your "on-line exhibition".

Iraq's great culture is indestructible.

God bless and protect all Iraqi artists who are capable of creating beauty and magic in these very dark and tragic times.

2:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

very nice colours, but i like (most of) the 'figurative' slightly more on the whole. The tree(s) could be more explicit lol.
very nice though.
people: bless irak and her culture

onix

btw i never looked long or thought very deeply i just voice my impression and want to tell its beautifull, next painfull question...
are you alive?

looked at the rest too but i realise you seem to know well what to put on top. at least i agree.
Some of the woman are ok but they don't have that tension i find in the more abstract-figurative works.

I guess you emigrated by now.

8:51 PM  

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