Gazing the Unknown

Soon after the successful approach to paintings again I started working on Gazing the Unknown which was a mere sequel. The same depressing, monochromatic, noisy style but calm instead. I loved it even more. The setting sun, the large rocks vanishing in the fog, feelings of loneliness and all the small details above and on the ground made it one of my favorites easily. Titles of creations were important for me since I began to draw and even the title was special this time. It had personal background which I could express within the painting.
I truly drew what I was feeling. Creating those made me strong in a way – I saw and experienced on my own how I could draw the images I loved so much. It was a gift I adored and wanted but instead of dreaming I was indeed alive.
Decide that loneliness can’t stop you