Lady with an Ermine Leonardo da Vinci, 1489 - 90. It's so incredibly easy to beat ourselves down, especially when life feels a bit harder than usual, isn't it? We tend to be experts at picking at our own scabs and wounds until we immerse into the pain once again. What for? It's like our unbeknownst sadistic … Continue reading Kind Remarks / Part I: For Those with a Little Rain and Pain.
Orange, Red, Yellow Mark Rothko, 1961. (Again, not understanding nor appreciating the value of his painting here, but it conveniently works with the topic I'm writing about. This painting sold for almost $87 million USD on 8th of May, 2012 at Christie's.) Out of the tens and hundreds in the sea of clothing that I have, … Continue reading Intimate Moments / The Color Orange.
Seagram Mural Section 6 Mark Rothko, 1959. (I don't really "get" Rothko enough to appreciate his works of art...) I have a mundane secret. Actually, cross that, I have multiple secrets. I never kept any of these facts away intentionally. They are just so plain, minuscule, and easy to overlook. That's why they are untold. … Continue reading Intimate Moments / The Color Rouge.
Hope II Gustav Klimt, 1907 - 08. There are certain moments that bring a smile on my face whenever I drift back down my memory lane. They are intimate, and uniquely mine, despite the fact that I did share some of those instances with others - ranging from the people I love to the ones who … Continue reading Intimate Moments / A Smile on My Face.
The Starry Night Vincent van Gogh, 1889. The most memorable moments with you were not the big ones. They were the minuscule, insignificant ones - the ones that most people usually overlook and forget first. We were staring up at the same lights that were emitted from the gentle moon with the added hues of … Continue reading The Night Sky.