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canvas/acrylic 40cm x 40cm 2008

”Fly Away” | Dariya Afanaseva
Laurian OnofreiSeptember 6, 2016 Art
I’m a big lover of the British rock band Pink Floyd and I often spend time watching and rewatching their concerts. I would recommend to you the one called “Pulse” and held in 1994 on the Earl’s Court Arena in London, where the band performed a show governed by a burst of lasers and psychedelic sound, wonderfully combined.
The shade of blue marking the entire concert can be easily equated with the painting of Dariya Afanaseva – “Fly Away”. The overall image depicted by this piece of art can also be easily integrated into the overall image of the concert I was telling you about, especially on the unmistakable rhythms of the song “Learning to fly”, in which David Gilmour, through his throaty voice that I love so much, carries the message of freedom in a way that only a lover of rock manages to understand.
Music and colour, harmony and beauty, freedom and liberation of the self. A painting and a song. I haven’t asked Dariya about her musical preferences, but I took the freedom to listen to my favourite kind of music and to look at her painting, at the same time, shrouding myself in a state of well being.
My critics might blame my choice to associate the article with the name of Sir David Gilmour, but I don’t mind. I am counting on the understanding power of the readers, lovers of art and rock… which to me is a very important niche.
This beautiful artwork has found a home for itself and I think the wall it is exposed on reverberates of color, music and freedom.

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fly away (2008)


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