...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. and his anger, his hate, his lies... 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
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
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
Flavius Claudius Julianus (331/332 – 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.