by Teresita Leal Bliss, this is my second old feeling that in spite of everything, we can still find in this New World. Color, value and shape are the tools I use to represent it. Old Feelings II 40 x 40 inches - 100 x 100 cm 2022 Raw edge appliqué, hand-dyed and commercial cotton fabrics
This is the fourth installment of my CONTRAST series. In "Unreal World" (originally titled "Pixel Person"), I'm thinking about the contrast between in-person connections and interactions online. We get into arguments with other accounts, not realizing we are arguing with an AI program, a bot, or a fake account whose sole purpose is to create controversy. We use filters to improve our appearance, trying to compete with others online who are also photoshopping their appearance.
The roses are in bud, and in the days to come, they pray for themselves and bloom beautifully. They contribute their energy to decorate the world. Some fear that life is short, and soon becomes a thing of the past, like vibrant colors faded and disappeared in a blink of an eye. It reminds us to live in the moment. Cherishing the present is the real possession. As we are looking forward to the future, we are most afraid of the uncertainty of unknown, and we feel that we are ex