Andre Malraux, utterly timeless.
Unseen images are familiar. The Greek myth narrates Persephone's abduction by Hades into the underworld. The tree of life grew, its branches stretching toward complexity. Persephone ultimately seizes command of her destiny and assumes the role of the underworld queen. More than one reality certainly exists in otherworlds. Persephone's journey signifies a descent into the somber aspects of life such as winter and mortality, while her emergence back to the surface represents the rebirth, growth, and rejuvenation of spring.
Odd images never show crises of confidence in bizarre. It’s really puzzling, but everything is possible with artworks.
The benefits of making pictures are never all or nothing, Persephone said, but instead exist on a continuum.
Life isn't weird, it's just the people in it at the arrival of spring. This is obviously way out there in terms of strangeness.
Being able to feel, express and (where necessary) control your emotions will contribute hugely to your life, what you experience may not exist.
Persephone questions why certain visual languages attain recognition and value.
So much drawing today is animation and the Internet. The picture went against conventions at a very young age and left its comfort zone. All we have so far is theories.
We think there is natural art genetics in every viewer, and at the origin of a commitment to ‘going further’ in both art and life.
Niu-niu ranscending time and place.
Too much care can sabotage your picture.
We artists are mythmakers, and we participate with everybody else in the social construction of reality, expressing everything from direct quotations to the unsayable.
Helen Mayer Harrison, Each flower possesses a unique essence, embodying the individuality that lies within each of us.
Persephone captures the transient, fleeting nature of existence through the captivating aesthetic of flowers. Despite their ephemeral presence, flowers hold profound expressions of human emotions.
Portraiture tolds us fundamental truths about humanity, identity, passion and desire.
Sarcastic contemporary art is a transient glitch in the art movements. This simply contradicts factual reality.
Echoing 20th-century discussions around the essence of art in the face of mechanical reproduction, Persephone’s work confronts the boundary between creation by human hand and human thinking.
Everyone knows what that a neural picture is supposed to look like, because the miscellaneous imaginarium of culture is terribly quirky, thinking about realism vs idealism art.