The Art of Alfred A. Dolezal
Eclectic art whereby each piece tells more than meets the eye. Surrealist Art that is thought provoking. Each painting is inspired by a philosophical idea or…
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"The Progression of Generations" We are contemporaries on this earth sharing a similar beginning, birth, and a similar ending, death. What is the purpose of our lives? What are we searching for? What is our connection to each other? Some people may never find their answers because they don’t bother to ask questions. Those who understand that we are not a body having a soul, but rather a soul who is having a....Prints and full descriptions available at www.alfreddolezal.com!
"That Decisive Moment" Carousels go around and around, always ending up where they started, similar to our daily habits. There comes the time, that decisive moment, when you decide to quit making the same mistakes that create the same negative situations. You can change what you acknowledge. See more at www.alfreddolezal.com
"The Fibonacci Trail" Every single person is somewhere on the Fibonacci trail. The journey originates at mile zero and separates regress to the left from progress to the right. After one chooses his direction, sequential actions expand in proportion. Results from the actions of the left side flow as murky water into the river of mankind mingling with the clear water from the right side, producing the imperfect world we presently live in. See more at www.alfreddolezal.com
The Three Sisters The Three Sisters are three volcanic peaks in the Cascade Range in Oregon, each exceeding 10,000 feet in elevation. They were named Faith, Hope and Charity by early settlers but are more commonly known today as the North, Middle and South Sister. Each mountain peak embodies a loving glance and emphasizes the principles of patience, understanding and service. They remind us that when we trust in a universal source of wisdom and love...See more at www.alfreddolezal.com
"Abundance" There is a universal blueprint for insuring your financial and physical well-being called the law of abundance. Everything that you require or desire is available to receive if you allow it in. Any action done from the point of lack, struggle, fear or doubt will create only more of the same. By visualizing with happiness, joy and passion how you want your life to be, what you think about and how you feel about it attracts like things.
"THE SILENT VOICE OF NATURE" The entity travels on an endless road of time and space. The dark, undulating line shows the continuous path of life and afterlife, with an exchange of bodies at each crossing of the red timeline. The similar curves along the dark line represent the constant alternation of wakefulness and sleep. The waves within these curves depict the basic life need of breathing in and breathing out. Water evaporates and collects in a cloud, whereupon it....www.alfreddolezal.com
THE CONUNDRUM OUR JOURNEY THROUGH LIFE IS A CONUNDRUM - a series of challenges that seem confusing and without logical answer. We often rely on questionable sources and biased opinions to find our way, sifting through limited belief systems to find our own truths. Because we charge these beliefs with emotions, we give them energy and power to control us, symbolized by the intense swirling waterspouts. In doing so, we create... www.alfreddolezal.com
"The Essence of Energy" THE AWARENESS THAT EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED raises humanity to a higher level. Like a fractal image, the energy that resonates within yourself in the home, exponentially repeats and expands in the city, throughout the country and across the earth. Similar vibrations attract similar vibrations and the law of attraction responds to this frequency. What you think about... www.alfreddolezal.com
This painting is divided into two segments and illustrates the historical significance of the nation karma of Germany and Israel. The left side displays Babi Yar, a ravine outside of Kiev, Russia where thousands of Jewish civilians were eradicated in two days. The right side shows Jerusalem. Although it can take just one bullet to end a person's life, ironically 36 assassination attempts were made on Hitler's life. Incredible circumstances repeatedly caused these.... www.alfreddolezal.com
"THE CREATIVE PROCESS" Everything that ever was achieved begins with the desire to accomplish something greater and is developed by the five components of the creative process: Preparation– the greater the input, the greater the output can be. (the round cog-like foundation of the symbol) Incubation- give the thought elements time. Your subconscious mind will provide more information while you relax. (the blue cone-shaped area) ..... See more at www.alfreddolezal...
"THE RACIAL OPPORTUNITY" (revolving painting with motor) THE NARROW-MINDED ATTITUDE OF RACISM is treated in this design with a limited two dimensional image. The upper king insists upon supremacy and suppresses the figure below. A racist is unaware of the great universal law which states that the emotions of love and hate are binding. Having lived one life as a racist will result in the need to be reborn into the other race. Then, with this inborn.... See more at www.alfreddolezal...
DAS GEDANKENGEBAEUDE (The Building of Thoughts) Nothing is as real to us than this moment in our familiar body. The structure in this painting is the framework of the progress we make traveling through life, similar to our advancement in school from one class level to the next. The bottom floor represents the subconscious realm of our mind, a reservoir of desires, fears and accomplishments, sometimes covered up but still very much a part of our ...See More at www.alfreddolezal
"THE TRIAL OF TIME" 36x24 in. $2,900 Throughout this life and others, We have been conditioned to accept certain beliefs about ourselves and the world. Many organized religions understand and employ the concept of separateness very well. In order to succeed and to control, they depend on people needing their belief system, and what better way to establish need then to make an individual doubt their own inherent spirituality. You can choose to..... See more at www.alfreddolezal.com
TRIUMPH OVER ADVERSITY One night two frogs fall into a jar of milk. One says, "What a misfortune! I'll never get out of here alive!", and after a few futile attempts, gives up and drowns. The other one struggles and paddles all night long, adamant that he will get out. As the day dawns, his determination has churned the milk into butter, and he is able to crawl to freedom - the stumbling block has become the stepping stone. www.alfreddolezal.com
"PSYCHONOMY I" (The Power of Love and Hate) All day long, all life long, we sit on an emotional seesaw. What we love makes us strong and the load becomes light and manageable. What we hate or fear makes us weak and strengthens the opposition. Thus, the purring white kitten, symbolic of man's spiritual progress, can become a snarling saber-toothed tiger if ...... www.alfreddolezal.com
"Mindgames" We all strive for a pleasant life, but occasionally find ourselves lost and tormented in the dark side of our own creation. How did we get there? The first way is the direct way: using a habitual speech and repetitive thought pattern of hating this and that and expecting the worst. The second way is the indirect way: judging with contempt someone who confidently inhabits the upper level and is free to enjoy all of life’s pleasures and..... See more at www.alfreddolezal.com
"IN NOMINI DEI" 30 x 36 inches - $3,200 Man’s vivid imagination has created 20,000 gods in all cultures. Every religion claims that theirs is the only true path. For this belief people are willing to kill and get killed because the other side is always the anti-god. “In Nomini Dei”, in the name of God, man has taken the liberty of oppressing his fellow man. The crumbling walls at the right remind us not to rebuild ...... www.alfreddolezal.com
"OUT OF SIGHT, YET IN VIEW" 36x24 in. $2,000 LIFE IS A REPETITIVE EXPERIENCE OF SEEING PEOPLE AROUND US LEAVE THIS EARTHLY REALM. Henry Van Dyke’s story, “Gone From My Sight”, describes a ship leaving the shore to head out to sea. A man watches her gradually diminish in size until the speck disappears on the horizon. Someone at his side says, “There, she is gone!”. “Gone where?” the man asks. The disappearance of the ship is only out of his ........ www.alfreddolezal.com