This week has been little quiet for my creative output.
There is a good reason though. I’ve been working on my desktop, preparing for a switch to Linux from Windows.
I have no grudge against Windows, but you know, the kind of software I use, Windows is not the best fit. Linux is far more stable, fast and secure.
Obviously, getting Linux to work on a currently Windows PC is not a cake walk. So I’ve been fiddling around trying to learn about the process to get it up and running.
There has been a few works, of course. So here we go.
Our identity is created by our personality, dreams, feelings, memories, expression, opinion, origin, skin, history, etc.
That makes us different. But when we rip everything off we are left with only one definition – human being.
So no matter what “barcode” you are tagged with, don’t forget we are all same deep within.
And I tried my hand at watercolors last week-
This work is something special to me. I’ve always been taught to judge and calculate my brush strokes when it comes to water-based painting.
It is a break point in my art style to start exploring the “feeling” side of the art. This artwork has no face value.
It is all about the process which I went through to paint this. I felt so free about my strokes and I felt in a state of creative flow. It is one of those moments when you are lost in the process of creating an art piece.
I’ll keep you updated about how my LINUX OS is working… (Once I get going with it)
That’s all folks.