Nothing

 

is Forever



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Nothing is forever Nothing lasts forever. The central theme of this series is he transitory nature of beauty and youth, as well as personal setbacks that are often followed by a phase of reorientation and a reassessment of current priorities. Pain, sorrows and passion will eventually fade away, jut like beauty and youth.





 

Nothing

 

is Forever















No|Surrender - Green
26“ x 33“ Acrylic on Paper, framed







No|Surrender
26“ x 33“ Acrylic on Paper, framed







No|Surrender - Black
26“ x 33“ Acrylic on Paper, framed







No|Surrender - Black
26“ x 33“ Acrylic on Paper, framed







No|Surrender - Blue
26“ x 33“ Acrylic on Paper, framed







No|Surrender - Orange
26“ x 33“ Acrylic on Paper, framed







No|Surrender - Red
26“ x 33“ Acrylic on Paper, framed







No|Surrender - Pink
26“ x 33“ Acrylic on Paper, framed







No|Surrender - Dark
26“ x 33“ Acrylic on Paper, framed



Portrait
40“ x 48“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame



Portrait
40“ x 56“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame



MAYBE DEATH IS A GIFT / I
60“ x 50“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame



MABE DEATH IS A GIFT / II
60“ x 50“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame



Portrait#1

39“ x 59“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame



Portrait#2

39“ x 59“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame



Portrait#3

39“ x 59“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame



Portrait#4

39“ x 47“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame



Portrait#7

39“ x 47“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame



Portrait#8

39“ x 47“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame



Portrait#5

39“ x 47“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame



Portrait#6

39“ x 39“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame




Life transmission
Nothing lasts forever. Beauty and youth are subject to the inexorable passing of time. The clockwork of life is relentlessly revolving. Today’s society is obsessed with youth. Being and staying young has become the most desirable goal of many, especially since youth is considered to be the ideal time of life to pursue personal fulfillment and self-realization. The concept of eternal youth is tempting but also demanding. Aging, on the other hand, is stigmatized by society and associated with deterioration and death.

33“ x 56“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame









Omega Within
Her gaze is full of passion, but her body is pierced with sorrow. Those seemingly opposing emotions can be closely interrelated. The Omega represents ‘the end’ – passion as well as sorrows will eventually fade away.

33“ x 56“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame







The Fate Reflection
Traumatic experiences are often followed by a phase of reorientation and might even make a person stronger than before. Grief should not last forever.

33“ x 56“ Acrylic on canvas, Floating Frame







Zeitgeist

50“ x 61“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame









Maria

27“ x 35“ Acrylic on Paper








Barbara

27“ x 35“ Acrylic on Paper








Lydia

27“ x 35“ Acrylic on Paper






Loren

24“ x 34“ Acrylic on Paper, Framed









The Fallen

33“ x 56“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame














Time Spell

33“ x 41“ Acrylic on Canvas, Floating Frame







Xiaomeng

34“ x 24“ Acrylic on Paper, Framed











   

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