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Vian Sora Iraq artist, living, experiencing, painting

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Prophecy - a prediction of the future, made under divine inspiration; an inspired message or prediction transmitted orally or in writing.

Seeking the future, longing for the past, focusing upon the divine and finding hope from messages we encounter, but often cannot decipher. The Arabic script, with its natural forms and shapes, provides a door between divinity and humanity; translating the spiritual into recognizable messages. Translating the messages, yearning to know the prophecy that affects each of our lives, is a lifelong quest filled with frustration, anticipation and often grace.







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1:29 PM  
Blogger Bruno said...

Hi, I just found your blog now.

Your paintings are really interesting, IMHO. I like the combination of decorative elements with figurative elements, it adds a lot of richness to the work. Have you seen works by Klimt? Your paintings remind me a little of his work, although I prefer the Arabic and Middle Eastern decorative elements you use, to be honest.

Please post again sometime. :)

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Amazing paintings!

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