मंगलवार, जुलाई 24, 2007

................Fakir meets Dali.........

"Every morning when I wake up, I experience an exquisite joy - the joy of being Salvador Dalí - and I ask myself in rapture: What wonderful things this Salvador Dalí is going to accomplish today?" - Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí


The radical aim of Surrealism is to revolutionize human experience, including its personal, cultural, social, and political aspects, by freeing people from what is seen as false rationality, and restrictive customs and structures.

"The only difference between myself and a madman is I am not MAD!" ---salvador dali

"In the Surrealist period I wanted to create the iconography of the interior world and the world of the marvelous, of my father Freud. Today the exterior world and that of physics, has transcended the one of psychology. My father today is Dr. Heisenberg." Salvador Dali.


This again is a tribute to Salvador dali.......

A man way beyond his Time......

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did painting i did recently.......its meeting the great painter in the dream world .....thats how Fakir meets Dali.......truly in Dalinian customs.....and with Fakir's gang of dreamers.......

gouache(15'' x 13'')
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Few Blogs I love to visit...............
1.Steve's blog........A True artist....love your experimentations Steve.....

2.Dad's art blog......well this French artist is just amazing.....who sometimes calls me cosmic Matisse .....

3.Alina's blog......well an amazing animator....love her unique style of portraying life...

4.Mauricio's blog.....The king of collage........from Brazil....just love them.....

5.D-Cima's blog.......Art is a reflection of the soul....and thats what i see and feel when i see paintings....and he calls me the guy from the land of the buddha...... and him being from the land of Che.


8 Comments:

At 6:00 pm, Blogger steve said...

Hello Jibesh! First off, thanks so much for the shout out and the excellent Dali quotes. I've seen mauricio's and Alina's work and love it, but definitely have to go and check out the others you reccomended here.

Secondly, maybe it's my computer, but I tried viewing your visuals in this current post and nothing came up (both in Firefix and Safari browsers). All the other visuals in the other posts come up great however.

Anyhow, just thought I'd let you know and once again thanks good man!

 
At 9:25 am, Blogger steve said...

Hey, now I see 'em! What a wonderful painting, and I really like how you zoomed in on certain areas. Funny, 'cause I was recently leafing through a great little book called THE ART BOOK (Phaidon) and they featured Dali's "Sleep", which looks like it influenced this. Seeing it actually made me think about doing a drawing or series of drawings influenced on his amazing distortion of the human face in that piece, but it looks like you eat me to it! What's incredible is how small most of Dali's work actually is!

 
At 9:35 am, Blogger cosmic clown said...

Hey Steve very true......they were so small comparatively......but just amazing.....and yes i love to distort the face too.....and hope to experiment more ......:0)

regards.....jibesh....:0)

 
At 9:41 pm, Blogger steve said...

hey Jibesh, I tagged you (stop by my blog if you want to partcipate)!

 
At 1:25 am, Blogger DAD said...

Oh oh! I see that you work otherwise than in the computer...
But Dali is not the best reference in surrealism.
See with Magritte or Masson...

 
At 3:43 pm, Blogger Mauricio said...

Thanks!!! thanks!!!

 
At 6:15 am, Blogger Neha said...

u knw dali haz been mah all time fav...
n ur creations r awesome...
keep it up n all d best dear..[:)]

 
At 8:59 pm, Blogger Melpomene said...

I just love the way the little girl traipses across that ladder bridging you to Dali ... the child ... is that your metaphor for the essence of a surrealist's mind? Just love it! :D

 

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