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© 2011 - 2019 PetrVorel
"Decomposition of mind"
Oil on canvas
140x140 cm
Image size
2141x2142px 5.46 MB
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JJURON's avatar
JJURON|Professional Traditional Artist
This is epic.
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PetrVorel| Traditional Artist
Thank you very much :hug:
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readyo's avatar
Great work Petr
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PetrVorel| Traditional Artist
Thank you very much :hug: I'm really glad you like it.
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BACHT|Professional General Artist
"Decomposition of mind"

Personally I think when at the first time I see this painting, all I can see it about balancing... the systematic canvas size and the placement of subject matter as the foreground. but I think I was wrong, I found the title is ""Decomposition of mind" The title lead me to the higher thought... It's about post-deconstruction (This movement is very popular in literature and architecture). And I think the artist was right As he use the paradoxical semiotic at his painting. Yes all I see is paradox has blend in a prefect dimension. Why I say it perfect paradox?.. when I see the background, all I can see is an sporadic tone blend in destroyed cube area with old earth color... like pale sienna.. and the artist in splatted it to give the sense of destruction even actually yes it's still in his systematic plan (We can see this at the end line trough the middle area which it's become touch border to the great object in the middle).

So all it destruction at the background he blend with the new thing in the middle... blue - violet color for me look so fresh.. with it numerous systematic placed cube and construction in it. And I see all of it looks so neat. It's built (Paint) well. Yet if I see several spot in the top left .. There's some surreal thing...plotted.. or flying... it's not attached to the main object. It give me sense some surreal thing.. yes mind is about all of it dynamic paradox.

But I think how ever a mind have "Decomposed" and not "Crazy" it will always have destination... you can see it in how the painters placed the light... that he reinforced through the shadows in the main object "Decomposition of mind".

After all Personally I think this is Great work of art. I like it.

Notes: Actually I want to write this as critic, But when I click critic box :P haha oow... I forbid to write in that area because I'm not a premium member. But yeah... I this notes could give you something useful for your creativity.

Cheers!

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PetrVorel| Traditional Artist
This is a wonderful critique :nod: I really appreciate you writing it :tighthug: Thank you very much. I am so flattered :)
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BACHT|Professional General Artist
ohh yess I just remember,

Couples month ago Mario Martinez has exhibit his art works: [link]

at Jonathan LeVine Gallery..

Jonathan LeVine Gallery
529 West 20th Street, 9th floor
New York, NY 10011

Tel: 212-243-3822

[link]

I think you deserve to exhibit there too. It's a great gallery.
Just send them exposition or exhibition proposal. Bring the "Deconstruction Issue" as thematic...
I think you are classified.

Thank you,
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PetrVorel| Traditional Artist
Hello BACHT :wave:
that is a wonderful suggestion. I would be really honored to have my paintings in NY but I don't really think they are worth it. Moreover I don't have enough paintings yet and I live in the central europe so transportation would be really difficult.
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BACHT|Professional General Artist
you are most welcome :)
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BACHT|Professional General Artist
Well done my friend. Perfect perspective!.. I would like to write a critics for this but I am afraid my English is not too good in the right grammar redaction. Because English is not my 1st language. Congratulation. That all I can say. If you interest to join ours group, please feel free to come. It's will be a honor for us.
this is the group:

:iconhigh-end-skills:

Visit the link, I think you'll like it.

Cheers!
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Monaco29's avatar
Excellent work!
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PetrVorel| Traditional Artist
Thank you very much for the comments :hug:
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Monaco29's avatar
Welcome!
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carnival|Professional General Artist
great light and shadow~ :'3
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PetrVorel| Traditional Artist
Thank you :hug:
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davepuls|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:star: Featured :star: in this month's news features for the :iconwelovetraditionalart: group: [link]

Dave
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PetrVorel| Traditional Artist
Thank you. That's really flattering :) I really appreciate it :hug:
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davepuls|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome!
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Shisho2k|Hobbyist General Artist
Man this is awesome. It sort of gives me a nostalgic feeling for old puzzle video games that I've played. The measurements and values here are fantastic.
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PetrVorel| Traditional Artist
Thank you for leaving such a nice comment :nod: I'm really glad you like it :hug:
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Shisho2k|Hobbyist General Artist
You're quite welcome. I'm curious what tools you used to get the curves to match the perspective. ^_^
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PetrVorel| Traditional Artist
Basically it is a five point perspective. I have sketched the four point perspective wireframe sphere on paper then measured it and transferred it on the canvas. It had to be fine tuned because it wasn't pefect even I think I measured it correctly. However I had to satisfy my eye :D :D The rest was done on the canvas. The intrusions and extrusions of the surface are basically a one point perspective.
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I'm amazed that this is painted. I almost skipped over thinking it was a digital work. Quite a wonder. Congratulations.
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