Fading Borders

Fading Borders by Karen Gadient, 2014

Fading Borders. Breaking old limits and crafting new passages.
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What an abyss of uncertainty whenever the mind feels that some part of it has strayed beyond its own borders; when it, the seeker, is at once the dark region through which it must go seeking, where all its equipment will avail it nothing. Seek? More than that: create. It is face to face with something which does not so far exist, to which it alone can give reality and substance, which it alone can bring into the light of day. ― Marcel Proust

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Filed under Art, Color, Digital Artwork, Painting, Quotes

13 responses to “Fading Borders

  1. Interessante und spannende Bildkomposition, gefällt mir sehr gut! 🙂

  2. I love it Karen – but wasn’t Proust a windbag!

  3. Outstanding painting, dear Karen… I loved the colors you have chosen here…
    Wishing you a great wednesday ahead, Aquileana 😀

  4. I see a lot in this picture–hands, faces, effort. Usually, I see artfully-displayed strokes and colors. This time, so much more.

  5. Do you ever see an image that reminds you of something but you don’t know what it is? It’s having that effect on me. I think it’s something from my childhood, either a book or maybe some material. I normally get that with music, but this time it’s a colour memory – strange! I love the colours though, quite a variation, but they go so well. It’s like the passing of the days thoughts in a dream state.

    And am I just seeing things, or is that a Tardis console at the bottom left hand corner? (The orange bit) Perhaps this is art of the Doctors current state of mind? You can tell Doctor Who hasn’t worn off from me yet!:D

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