Original artwork description:

mixed media, epoxy & oil on canvas

Time is a factor of great value and significance in our life, but we rarely appreciate it. Everyone noticed how one and the same hour, depending on the circumstances, can drag on for an infinitely long time or fly by with lightning speed. It is the same with days, weeks, months, years, etc.

We live in a distorted concept of time and count it in a different order. By adding second by second, year by year, the illusion of accumulation is created. But this is not at all the case. It decreases. The count is reversed. Within the framework of the existence of the world, it is hard to imagine. So let's take a look at the example of human life. We know its average duration and this period is easily perceived by us. From the moment of birth, each time we add 1 year to ourselves and it feels like we are living more and more. But in fact, from the moment we were born, time is counted in the opposite direction. Each is given his own term and every year it becomes less.

Imagine now how life and its quality would change if everyone knew their own deadline? How would the value of time immediately increase when you know that you are due 70, and there are 30, 20 or 10 years left? How would human relationships change if age was calculated by the remaining years? How would we treat others when you are still 30 and your friend is 4? We would start talking to close and dear people, knowing this difference more pleasantly. And not to be silent, indifferently thinking that we will still have time for this.

Here is Summer - the time that everyone is looking forward to. But, she flies by with lightning speed, especially when he pinned great hopes and plans on this period, and spent the whole summer at work. Only small selective traces of bright events remain in the memory. Everything else is like a failure. How would our productivity and saturation of life increase if we understand the cost of time? Of course, a person is so arranged that he will find an excuse for everything, why he could not. What we have not implemented this summer, we will pass on to the next and come up with new excuses. Not scary. We add every time a year. Couldn't do it. There will be another. And realizing that the years are decreasing, I don’t want to come up with excuses. I would like to do it as much as possible. We do not know our term, but we must be aware of its limitations. How much we will manage in the allotted time period depends only on us! A new year and new plans are ahead, but how much more you can do in this!

Materials used:

epoxy & oil on linen canvas

Tags:
#abstract art #abstract expressionism #contemporary art #interior art #conceptual art #impasto thick texture #geometry art #geometry painting #labirint #labirinth 
Summer protuberance (2021)
Mixed-media painting
by Artem Shubin

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mixed media, epoxy & oil on canvas

Time is a factor of great value and significance in our life, but we rarely appreciate it. Everyone noticed how one and the same hour, depending on the circumstances, can drag on for an infinitely long time or fly by with lightning speed. It is the same with days, weeks, months, years, etc.

We live in a distorted concept of time and count it in a different order. By adding second by second, year by year, the illusion of accumulation is created. But this is not at all the case. It decreases. The count is reversed. Within the framework of the existence of the world, it is hard to imagine. So let's take a look at the example of human life. We know its average duration and this period is easily perceived by us. From the moment of birth, each time we add 1 year to ourselves and it feels like we are living more and more. But in fact, from the moment we were born, time is counted in the opposite direction. Each is given his own term and every year it becomes less.

Imagine now how life and its quality would change if everyone knew their own deadline? How would the value of time immediately increase when you know that you are due 70, and there are 30, 20 or 10 years left? How would human relationships change if age was calculated by the remaining years? How would we treat others when you are still 30 and your friend is 4? We would start talking to close and dear people, knowing this difference more pleasantly. And not to be silent, indifferently thinking that we will still have time for this.

Here is Summer - the time that everyone is looking forward to. But, she flies by with lightning speed, especially when he pinned great hopes and plans on this period, and spent the whole summer at work. Only small selective traces of bright events remain in the memory. Everything else is like a failure. How would our productivity and saturation of life increase if we understand the cost of time? Of course, a person is so arranged that he will find an excuse for everything, why he could not. What we have not implemented this summer, we will pass on to the next and come up with new excuses. Not scary. We add every time a year. Couldn't do it. There will be another. And realizing that the years are decreasing, I don’t want to come up with excuses. I would like to do it as much as possible. We do not know our term, but we must be aware of its limitations. How much we will manage in the allotted time period depends only on us! A new year and new plans are ahead, but how much more you can do in this!

Materials used:

epoxy & oil on linen canvas

Tags:
#abstract art #abstract expressionism #contemporary art #interior art #conceptual art #impasto thick texture #geometry art #geometry painting #labirint #labirinth 
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I really love hiking, wildlife and history. I often combine these two hobbies. I pack up a backpack, take a supply of canvases and go for 2-3 days, somewhere in... Read more

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