Sugar coats, they never seemed so sweet to me, eventually, I’ll look past the disguise and see, what was meant to be…
There’s always something more, behind what we hide, always a silver lining, our pride forces us to deny, although reality might not be your cup of tea, it will always be mine. So say it straight, hit me with the punchline, but spare me the white lies.
I want to see the light, even if it hurts my eyes. So say it like it is, and scream it from the roof too. Why? Because I would rather look for beauty in the ugliest truth. Than look for truth, in the most beautiful lie.
They say we know more about the surface of the moon than the surface of the ocean. This piece was created as a gentle reminder that the ocean is full of ‘treasures’ that are worth saving. The use of symbolism and colour is intended to capture the mystery and wonder of marine life.
“All women dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous women, for they may act on their dreams with open eyes, to make them possible.” – T.E Lawrence
“Life is often interpreted as a battle, I think making it analogous to a dance is a more fitting metaphor. When you dance you don’t dance toward a specific point in the room, you just dance… yet we often live as if the entirety of our lives would be meaning without us reaching a certain point” – Alan watts
If you ever look at sand under a microscope, you’ll come to realize that those uniform grains we take for granted, are all all diverse and uniquely beautiful. we are constantly walking on an art gallery.