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Monday, October 20, 2014

FEATURES OF LIFE - By Eman Elnezami





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Artist: Eman Elnezami
Location: Egypt
Work of Art: Features of Life


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Oil painting on canvas 12" x 16"

A story about a free spirited lovely young woman who is surfing through life positively and beautifully with amazing perception of freedom. She is upside down looking to the fierce features of life carelessly. She does not care about the viewers you see, living in her way by her methods! She is putting her hands in a bloody pot but she uses it as a supporter to her own hands! What if you can use your challenges like this? What if you can be in RECEPTIVITY to this feeling of freedom? Her orange red dress is flowing, falling down and her legs are in the position of stability, pure flexibility and happiness. One of her hands is off; she is ready for the next step in her sifting through life. Looking at the features facing her, feelings of confusion may come up. Eyes are looking at you in a way that is not simply understandable, whatever message you feel by looking in these eyes, is true for you and life is like that as well. The features of life can be fierce, warm, bloody, a little bit smiling, having blossoming trees, yellow circumstances, being BLUE at times, having sharp edgy look at other times or space. Life can appear confusing or clear, beautiful, gloomy or exciting, fierce or calm! All is ok. All is fine, live and accept the being of life AS IT IS in all cases, believe in  the softness of life in the hardest times. BE THAT LADY! LOVE TO LIVE! 



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The artist has created a special audio to accompany this description. You can listen to it here:




You can view this and other works by the artist at: https://www.behance.net/emynezamye1c5

You can reach Eman through the following:

Twitter: @emynezamy
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eman-Elnezami/1555001101446954
Soundcloud: Eman Ali

Eman Elnezami

I am a physician, who started using oil painting as my own tool to release stress and HEAL my own inner soul . I believe the emotional art is a bridge between your inner-self and outer appearance. I used them as following; put intention into a painting everyday like motivation and dive into some part for ex the eyes, I see something that motivates me forward.Whatever intention you put, you get . Also being in contact with different people every single day made me carry emotions that are not mine and I needed a channel to get them through, exciting thing happened, every single one of them contains mixed amount of emotions so you will find at least one emotion that you will feel. I paint interactions between people as well, woman and her child, coworkers, friends .These are similar to everyday interactions. Something in common in all my work. You will feel something! I use oil on canvas in all my work. I fell in love with the similarity between emotions of human kind, it is all the same! Instead of feeling the pain inside I strongly believe that you can get them up in front of you seeing, acknowledging and releasing them . Take as much time as you would like in front of them.




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