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“Man is equally incapable of seeing the nothingness from which he emerges and the infinity in which he is engulfed.”

Clara Lieu, lithographic crayon on Dura-Lar. This drawing is from "Wading", a project that presents the most severe form of isolation as loneliness that is experienced when physically surrounded by other people. The presence of others is what can intensify the experience of loneliness for an individual. These works depict figures wading in an infinite and undefined body of water. I visually portray loneliness as the experience of feeling unseen and unknown within a group.

Since dreams are a way of communicating with the unconscious, Jung believed that dream images reveal something about yourself, your relationships with others, and situations in your waking life. Dreams guide your personal growth and help in achieving your full potential.

Abstract - dreams can be very bizarre! If I were to interpret this I'd say that it's probably a pun - 'fish out of water', strange situations arising. Depends on the person dreaming it.

Kristamas Klousch, of course, had to of the most fantastical photographers/artists living. At least, I say so. And she's on my FB to boot! haha

The Shadows appearance in dreams often makes you angry or leaves you scared. It forces you to confront things that you don't want to see or hear. You must learn to accept the shadow aspect of yourself for its messages are often for your own good, even though it may not be immediately apparent.

“Labels are distancing phenomena. They push us away from each other. ..Does he love? Does he care? What about his kids? Has he cried? Is he lonely? Is he beautiful? Is he happy? ..These are the important things. Not the fact that he is a black man or Jew or Dago or Communist or Democrat or Republican.” — Leo Buscaglia | Federico Hurtado

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In the eye of the beholder - Original ART 8x11

In the eye of the beholder Original ART 8x11 by michellecuriel, $59.99