Art exhibition October to November 15

Reception October, 19 5-8 pm

Death/Life Life/Death
What is the value of life? How can we extend our lives? How can we best live with purpose and meaning?
Living life with intention takes us from one place to another, and in any case the intentions of each person are very different. From there derives the value of life, and these are the stories and relationships achieved and not the account of material things.
We pour out energy to achieve challenges and dreams, putting in perspective to leave a mark, a mark or a legacy for ourselves or for the world.
We possess within ourselves the ideology of subsisting in love, peace, and security. How many plans will come to fruition? Will our achievements endure?
At the same time our lives are counting down; we recognize that since we are born the race to death begins, and the idea of dying is difficult to accept, to understand, and above all to explain.
How can we visually interpret those feelings towards life and death through art? How can we express the spiritual aspects of life and death and our personal relationship with it?
How does one die of love, die of waiting, die of sadness, die without being able to die?
We are so close to the line that divides us between death and life, this line that is so tiny or even invisible.
Should we live emotionally, live without fear of our lives ending? How does one die with dignity, or die without realizing it?
What color is life? And what color is death?
To assume the task of visualizing these two phenomena so ours and we so of them, is the purpose of this exposition: that the artist will reveal his most intimate feelings, scientific knowledge, or spiritual experience in a palpable and visible form.
The result of standing, despite the situations we face every day.
Recognize people who are very valuable to us.
The breath of each dawn and the resound of each sunset.
The received hope of the Giver of life.
The space to continue writing of love and respect.
Rest and farewell.
The encounter of how we were created.
The separation of realities and stories.
The consummation of facts.
The end of some beginning.