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...but the price might be higher then you can imagine ;)

Made this one, while reading, Jan Yoors "the Gypsies". He lived a while with gypsies as he was a very young boy, from a belgian family [link]
I wouldn't like to live that way, but I can understand, why people want...
It' s a nice book and inspired me for "you can have it all".

The name, I took from a song again :) Band: Böhse Onkelz, name of the song: "Du kannst alles haben" (You can have it all). I just love that song and even after listening it a million times, it still makes me smile. The singer says to a girl, that she can have everything from him, what she wants, his love, his life etc. :blahblah: and his anger, his hate, his lies... :giggle:
he simply says the truth ;)
One good sentence in this song is "Maybe I'm not the right one for you" or "Let me complicate your life...and I will always be, there for you"

I thought about, to took one of them as the name of this painting/drawing, but I decided just to take the title of the song, the rest is already in it:)

The drawing is about adoring something or someone, without knowing or imagine what could be behind.

And I guess the Dalai Lama said something like that, that it can be a great luck, not receiving, what you want ;)

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First I had a different title, but yesterday I had the idea, that this one is better, it's from a song again :) fits much more...

"Mögen Engel dich begleiten
Dir den hellsten Stern am Himmel zeigen"

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oil on oilpaintingpaper

It is a quote/ poem from Goethe and i think it goes with this painting.
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Oil of course :D

For tomorrows vesakh, this is tseringma, a buddhist godess.

Read accidentally smth about her in internet, originally from Padmasambhava, and she was very well described there. Just wanted to paint her and she obviously prefers colourful paintings :) Didn' t planned it nearly that way!!!

I wanted to submit it saturday, but I have a lot to do tomorrow, what nothing has to do, with buddhism at all :O

she said it's O.K., so... ;)


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inspired by a son of a german punk band called "wizo"

songs name "raum der zeit"

oil
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ballpoint pen, paper

It was an experiment.

An old lady, she was about 95 years old and made a lot in her life, exhibitions with her paintings, wrote books... said to me, that she made a big failure in her life, because of her art, she experimented too much, she told me to stay in the path that I'm chosen, until I think I' m good enough and ready for smth different in arts... So maybe a failure, maybe not :chix0r:
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pen/ ink on paper

Mixed the song I like a lot from "the doors", "waiting for the sun", with the mythological greek figures:D

"waiting for you, to tell me, what went wrong"
the doors, waiting for the sun.

:sun: :sun: :sun:

P.S. I like the earlier version of the story more, then that one, which is from Euripides, that's too heavy;)
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medea
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The idea, for the name is from the song "I saw the sign", from Ace of Base
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It is about, when someone tells you that you don't belong to someone or some place, some community... Even when you are accepted, loved, welcomed... from this person/s, places,communities...


And you have to agree!
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Julian the Apostate

Flavius Claudius Julianus (331/332[1] – 26 June 363), commonly known as Julian, Julian the Apostate or Julian the Philosopher, was Roman Emperor from 355 to 363 and a noted philosopher and Greek writer.

wikipedia [link]


Writer of "AGAINST THE GALILAEANS"

[Translated by Wilmer Cave WRIGHT, PH.D.]
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I :heart: him !

Oilpainting
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