Immortal Mortality

Immortal Mortality

“Immortal Mortality”

Mixed Media / July 2022

*Newest piece I created while simultaneously toiling at work. Lately, all of the pieces I am creating feel like they do not resemble what you could call my “style”. It is neither a good nor a bad thing, just a slightly weird feeling to notice. Over and over again, I am, you could say, surprised by the refreshing paths of art I seem to end up on, year after year, and even though I as usual cannot name this “a style” or an “intention”, I love the final product, and I enjoyed creating it.

As always, I am open to your thoughts and impressions. Have a wonderful day!

~ by Oloriel on July 26, 2022.

19 Responses to “Immortal Mortality”

  1. I think it’s fantastic. Keep on doing whatever you’re doing. 🙂

  2. Absolutely gorgeous and thank you so much for letting me use it on my blog =)

  3. Absolutely spectacular painting, Oloriel… of my favorite colosr are shades of purple and love the you used the light and shadow….👏👏❤️❤️

    • Thank you very much for taking a look and taking the time to leave me a word of your own! My favourite colour is purple, and I just love creating with different shades of it – bigger challenge might be keeping the purple out of my work 😀

  4. This looks amazing! I love also the jellyfish. They are my favourite living beings. I wanted to tattoo one in my arm but one of the researchers that recently got hired in my centre has one, and it would feel so weird if I did it now, haha. Great job!

    • Glad you like the artwork! As for the tattoo, have you tried approaching the coworker in more of a question sense? I dont think it would be that weird having the same motive as a tattoo; as someone with tattoos myself I would be overjoyed to see someone with similar tattoos, probably bewildered if they were the same and would be more than happy to share my experiences.

  5. Beautiful art work. Light airy elegant.

  6. So stunning. Love the color palette and how they mesh together. Well done.

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