Friday, October 30, 2009

Red rabbits are running amok...

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'Chaos' Mixed Media Painting above, and words below from Saint Victor. His paintings, and his commentary, are spectacular. Go. Look. I know you'll enjoy them.

In this painting I represent Chaos as a gift as illustrated with the big red bow with Chaos sitting atop a crumpled purple cloth representing the fall of monarchies at the hands of the disenfranchised. Her striped clothes represent the cosmic tango between order and chaos, yin and yang, working together in evolutionary harmony. The tornado in the back- ground façade is the destructive force of nature which is not evil or punishment, it is simply a natural force of the planet we call home and chaos theory in the other panel represented as a seemingly unrelated series of events, equations or concepts that in retrospect reflect a highly organized pattern tied to a much bigger universal picture. She is shown with the attributes of the fertility god Pan, which was later demonized by the Church, in representing something life-giving as being condemned as evil. Above the façade we see the sunrise dawning as new possibilities and potential arising with every occasion of Chaos.

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22 comments:

Renee said...

I am going to check him out right now. The pictures are fantastic Chrisy.

Renee loves Chrisy.

xoxox

Katy said...

How stunningly lovely! A great post for a Friday afternoon x

Hot Fudge said...

I've just spent 8 minutes watching that delightfully fascinating bunny movie. Thanks for making my Friday afternoon!

Rose said...

That first picture is just amazing, i couldnt stop looking at it. love all the bows, especically the dress.

Rose

Karin said...

Gorgeous images. That first one is one to keep looking at. Thank you for sharing!

Meghann LittleStudio said...

Just fabulous, I love that white dress!

laterg8r said...

love all that red - the heart shaped bow is cool as is the first painting (a bit creepy too) :D

Jillian said...
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Jillian said...

I love the post :) and thank you for using my bow!
I especially love the first photo...rabbit feet! Awesome!

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jillian

Clorivak said...

I love them ALL!! Gorgeous..I must run out and fine me and Red Ribbon and Rabbit. Amazing look. I will have to come back later and watch the animation.
That first art piece is super cool!!!

cabin + cub said...

oh, i think i neeed that dress! sooo cute!

Gabbi said...

Such a gorgeously red post dear Chrisy!! My most favorite of colors I have to tell you... must have so much in here now :D

Wishing you a wonderful weekend and a Happy Halloween!! *besos*

courtney said...

oh ... wow! that's a fantastic painting.

Don said...

Chaos is stunning. Love her hoof!

Strawberry Girl said...

Amazing!! How beautiful chaos can be... :)

(How differently we all think, glad there was an explanation, I didn't get the picture before)

M.M.E. said...

Awesome artist. I like your blog! Very cool. Can't wait to see what you find next.

Hey Harriet said...

I love red and I love rabbits! That first picture is quite something! Awesome! I was distracted by that funny little film in the top of your sidebar of the sneaky seagull shoplifting! Go gully!

Jessica Cangiano said...

What magnificently pretty crimson images. I adore that hue so very much. I see it as one of strength and romance, energy and fortitude. I wear it often and adore looking at beautiful rouge coloured images.

Thank you sweetly for your recent comment. I'm am fairly well, thanks for asking. Giddy already with anticipation for the holiday season, but still taking the time to savour these last weeks of autumn. How are you doing, dear soul?

Have the loveliest of Novembers!
♥ Jessica

Couture Carrie said...

Stunning post, darling!
I love that painting!

xoxox,
CC

Natalia said...

Goodness - how strikingly lovely! You find wonderful things Chrisy!

The Stapelia Company said...

I love that photo up top... the deer feet? Wonderful. And that bow with the white paint drips coming down? Love it! :)

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