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From you description is sounds as though you were going for a relatively normal piece with some surreal elements, yes? So you've got th...


Well you certainly don't mince words, do you? This poem is rather right up in your face, addressing an issue in an uncomfortably blunt ...

Mecha Neko Adoptable (closed) by MissRiku

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Falling in love - complete by Symyn240

You really do have some very interesting concepts going on in your gallery. Once again, your ink and razor blade technique brings some ...

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Change.

But start slowly, because direction is more important than speed.

Sit in a different chair, on the other side of the table.
Later on, change tables.

When you go out, try walking on the other side of the street. Then, change your route, walk calmly down other streets, observing closely where they take you.

Take a different bus. Change for a while the style of clothes you wear; give away your old shoes and try to walk barefoot for a few days, even if it’s just indoors.

Spend a whole afternoon strolling about freely, listening to the birds singing or the noise of cars,

Open and close drawers and doors with your left hand

Sleep on the other side of the bed. Then try sleeping in other beds.

Watch other TV programs, read other books, live other romances even if it’s only in your imagination.

Go to sleep later. Go to sleep earlier.
Learn a new word every day.

Eat a little less, eat a little more, eat differently; choose new seasonings, new colors, things you never dared to try.

Have lunch in other places, go to other restaurants, order another kind of drink and buy bread at another bakery.

Have lunch earlier, have dinner later, or vice versa.

Try something new every day: a new side, a new method, a new flavor, a new way of doing something, a new pleasure, a new position.

Pick another market, another brand of soap or toothpaste.

Take a bath at different times.
Use pens with different colors.
Go and visit other places.

Love more and in different ways. Even when you think the other person may be frightened, suggest what you always dreamed of doing when it comes to sex.

Change your bag, your wallet, and your suitcases, buy new glasses, and write other poems.

Open an account at another bank. Visit other cinemas, other hairdressers, other theaters, visit new museums.

Change, and think seriously of finding another job, a new job, more like what you expect from life, more dignified, more human.

If you do not find reasons to be free, invent them: be creative.

And take the opportunity to make a modest but long trip, and if possible, without a destination.

Experience new things. Change again. Change again. Try again.

You will undoubtedly encounter things greater and worse than that which you already know, but that's not what matters.

The most important thing is change, movement, dynamism, energy.

Only what is dead does not change, and you are alive.

- by a fan of Paulo Coelho (translated from Spanish by Carolina Urban)

Pollen Dreamers by VanadiumTaintedBeryl
Pollen Dreamers
Pollen Dreamers 
18x24 mixed media on canson watercolor paper.
This piece is part of a group show "A Little of This, a Little of That" at Fe Gallery on June 13th.  Opening Reception is at 6pm.  Inquires to be made with Fe Gallery. 

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Change.

But start slowly, because direction is more important than speed.

Sit in a different chair, on the other side of the table.
Later on, change tables.

When you go out, try walking on the other side of the street. Then, change your route, walk calmly down other streets, observing closely where they take you.

Take a different bus. Change for a while the style of clothes you wear; give away your old shoes and try to walk barefoot for a few days, even if it’s just indoors.

Spend a whole afternoon strolling about freely, listening to the birds singing or the noise of cars,

Open and close drawers and doors with your left hand

Sleep on the other side of the bed. Then try sleeping in other beds.

Watch other TV programs, read other books, live other romances even if it’s only in your imagination.

Go to sleep later. Go to sleep earlier.
Learn a new word every day.

Eat a little less, eat a little more, eat differently; choose new seasonings, new colors, things you never dared to try.

Have lunch in other places, go to other restaurants, order another kind of drink and buy bread at another bakery.

Have lunch earlier, have dinner later, or vice versa.

Try something new every day: a new side, a new method, a new flavor, a new way of doing something, a new pleasure, a new position.

Pick another market, another brand of soap or toothpaste.

Take a bath at different times.
Use pens with different colors.
Go and visit other places.

Love more and in different ways. Even when you think the other person may be frightened, suggest what you always dreamed of doing when it comes to sex.

Change your bag, your wallet, and your suitcases, buy new glasses, and write other poems.

Open an account at another bank. Visit other cinemas, other hairdressers, other theaters, visit new museums.

Change, and think seriously of finding another job, a new job, more like what you expect from life, more dignified, more human.

If you do not find reasons to be free, invent them: be creative.

And take the opportunity to make a modest but long trip, and if possible, without a destination.

Experience new things. Change again. Change again. Try again.

You will undoubtedly encounter things greater and worse than that which you already know, but that's not what matters.

The most important thing is change, movement, dynamism, energy.

Only what is dead does not change, and you are alive.

- by a fan of Paulo Coelho (translated from Spanish by Carolina Urban)

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VanadiumTaintedBeryl
Emerald Barkley
Artist | Student | Traditional Art
United States
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:iconjakeukalane:
Jakeukalane Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
happy birthday! :)
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VanadiumTaintedBeryl Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you!
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Jakeukalane Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
happy birthday! :)
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Oleg-Bardenkov Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Happy Early Birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:) (Smile) 
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VanadiumTaintedBeryl Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Aren't you sweet, thank you!
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Synoku Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Your work and style is stunning! Really beautiful ^-^ I'm glad I found your page
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VanadiumTaintedBeryl Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
That is just really nice of you to say.  Thank you.  It means a lot. <3
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JWiesner Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2015
Wow, your traditional artworks are stunning! Especially the mixed media ones, though I'm also fond of the ink works.

Keep it up! :)
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VanadiumTaintedBeryl Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you for the lovely words!  I truly do appreciate it. Hope you are well!
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Jeszika-Le-Viathan Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Hey, I wanted to let you know that I have featured several of your paintings on my page! :) Great work!
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