“Fifty Shades Of Perception” is an abstract geometric work, with two contrasting gradients in Orphic Cubism style.
The base layer, in shades of black and gray, represents the ups and downs of life. The colors are mixed and shaded from one to another – since things are rarely black or white; everything is a matter of perception.
The brilliant blues of the upper layer symbolize a positive attitude. The gradients are arranged opposite each other – the darkest parts of the base layer are paired with the lightest parts of the upper layer.
The message is: “when things are hardest, that’s when optimism is needed the most.”
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