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when they thought were the emotions, people would were careful what they say ......
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Carlos Mensa
Caps amb una gran bola al damunt, 1964
Oil on canvas

It would seem that Mensa exaggerates the least noble qualities of the human condition. He avoids stereotypes of beauty and centres on the darker side of the concept. Falsehoods, domination, fears and insecurities are ideas he depicts with a certain rawness. This may spring from the artist’s own struggle, not only with society but with himself. He wrestles to accept all that is ugly and dark in his being. We catch sight of ourselves in the mirror which the artist has painted and reluctantly accept what we see.
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A bleeding figurative painting by artist: Marianna Gefen, created to illustrate a story entitled: Bedlam written by author: Clive Collins for Sixpenny magazine.
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A figurative gouache & pen on linen sombre grouping, entitled: Demonic Marionettes painted in 1929 by Swiss-German artist: Paul Klee. It's all about expressions, strangely conveyed through masks. Our faces are that. Even our emotions betray the reality of the soul we really are. Concentrated, as we are, on the world outside of ourselves, we miss the Truth. To unravel art, is to unravel the mystery of ourselves. What we use to appreciate the World around us, is the missing piece of our puzzle.
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An intriguing abstract impressionist painting, entitled: La Magie du Hasard created in 1948 by French avant-garde artist: Francis Picabia. Translated, the title reads: The Magic of Chance. This is a poem about synchronicity, about the interconnected nature of all things. Energy. The unseen tapped potential. Universal. Misunderstood. Yet as vital as air.
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A naive art portrait entitled: The Girl Who Made A Mistake painted by Canadian artist: Scott Bergey. Formed from the clay of abstraction, it's all about the glance. There's something so easily accessible about this style of art. Viewed up close, it's an exercise in textures. From a distance, a demand to follow a directional gaze. Queen for the moment, she remains a perpetual curiosity. A question without an answer.
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Wassily Kandinsky ~ White Figure, 1943
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