A kiss to build a dream on3

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Happiness is like a kiss. You must share it to enjoy it.
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  • Symbols of love and Unity Are inseparable from Symbols of accumulation. A couple's destiny is sealed with a Kiss – A purse hemmed in gold provides eternal bliss.
  • Purse is a symbol of wealth and accumulation. But only love is the master key which opens the purse of happiness, we could say paraphrasing the words of a famous American writer. This symbolism corresponds to the color of the purse. Red means love and passion in the first place, although purses are used to have the colors of earth or gold. But we employ red also in cases when we want to emphasize the symbolism of luxury and wealth. In China, red is considered to be the color of happiness and good luck. It is the color of the wedding attire too. The artist infuses into his image a certain irony: greed and excessive accumulation of wealth could lead to the separation of lovers.
  • The sea and water is the prime source of life, a symbol of transformation, cleansing and resurrection. The spiral form of a shell is a symbol of time: of the cyclic rhythms of the year, the phases of waning and waxing of the moon, and the sun itself. A tight spiral is a symbol of concealed force, a spool of energy. A spiral helix is a symbol of masculinity, a flat spiral a symbol of femininity.
  • The moon has risen above the city, stars shine in heavenly height, and souls of lovers have soared for an instant above the sea. Cares of the day have remained far below...It is that marvelous sense of affinity and spiritual unity between a man and a woman which elevates the soul and allows it to fly up to the sky. Perhaps, looking at this picture you recall the words of Russian poet Boris Pasternak: "Shadows of crossed arms, of crossed legs, Of crossed destiny" Figures of lovers are interlaced forming the spiral of a shell – symbol of life. Wings usually symbolize elation, liberation from monotonous routine and commonness.
  • Farewell Kiss is a metaphor of parting love. Though the theme of this piece is romantic, it could be placed in the same line with Mythology of the Oceans and Heavens, due to its common motif, "Earth-Heaven". According to the traditions of many nations, the earth and the sky used to be a single substance (Cosmic Egg). Anything happening on Earth would be reflected in the sky.
  • This work resembles the author’s FAREWELL KISS but with a more dramatic context. Where FAREWELL KISS is a goodbye kiss with a pledge of future meetings, this new painting suggests it could really be the last. The beam on the faces of love brings hope for salvation, saying that love never dies. “Hope springs eternal” – we can say by looking at the work and recalling an ancient Greek myth of Pandora’s box.
  • A kiss to build a dream on3

    1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-2110937-kiss3/
    2. 2. Outstanding colorist, painter of wind, light and movement. Claude Théberghe (1934-2008) is a Canadian artist who lived in Paris
    3. 3. Claude Théberghe (1934- 2008) Canadian artist
    4. 4. Claude Théberghe (1934- 2008) Canadian artist
    5. 5. Claude Théberghe (1934- 2008) Canadian artist
    6. 6. Claude Théberghe (1934-2008) is a Canadian artist
    7. 7. Claude Théberghe (1934- 2008) Canadian artist
    8. 8. Claude Théberghe (1934- 2008) Canadian artist
    9. 9. AlfredLeslieBuell(1910–1996)AlBuell,60'style PatrickJamesLynch(1962)EastofTheSunorWestofTheMoon
    10. 10. Joseph Christian Leyendecker (1874 – 1951)
    11. 11. Joseph Christian Leyendecker (1874 – 1951)
    12. 12. Secret Kiss-Georges Barbier's illustration for Fetes Galantes by Paul Verlaine George Barbier (1882–1932) was one of the great French illustrators of the early 20th century
    13. 13. Harlequin's Kiss George Barbier (1882–1932) was one of the great French illustrators of the early 20th century The stolen kiss
    14. 14. Abel Pann (1883 – 1964, Israeli) Jacob and Rachel
    15. 15. Abel Pann (1883 – 1964, Israeli) Rebekah and Jacob
    16. 16. Bernardien Sternheim (Amsterdam, 1948) De kus (2001) ING Collection
    17. 17. Bernardien Sternheim (Amsterdam, 1948) Perocomplex, 2004 ING Collection
    18. 18. Octavio Ocampo Beso del mar (Kiss of the Sea) Octavio Ocampo was born on 28 February 1943 in Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico
    19. 19. Octavio Ocampo (1943) Beso de la luz del Sol (Sunlight's Kiss) Ekaterina Panikanova The kiss 2008
    20. 20. Vladimir Kush (born 1965) is a Russian born surrealist painter and sculptor Purse Symbols of love and Unity Are inseparable from Symbols of accumulation. A couple's destiny is sealed with a Kiss – A purse hemmed in gold provides eternal bliss.
    21. 21. Vladimir Kush (1965) Red Purse
    22. 22. Vladimir Kush (1965) Shell
    23. 23. Vladimir Kush (1965) Soul Plexus
    24. 24. Vladimir Kush (1965) Farewell kiss
    25. 25. Vladimir Kush (1965) Ray of hope
    26. 26. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foi oreanuş www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound: Louis Armstrong - A Kiss To Build A Dream On; Kiss Of Fire

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