To be an artist is to believe in life – Henry Moore
The just concluded World Art Exhibition in Dubai was sublime. My eyes fed on the creativity of talented artists from different parts of the world with such greed and pleasure that I went away sated and feeling fuller than one who had gorged on a 5-course meal continental buffet.
The huge display of artwork that ranged from the simple to magnificent pieces evoked all possible emotions that you can think of except anger. I tittered in laughter, I sighed, I gaped, I felt wistful, happy, melancholic, inspired…. Some pieces were simple to understand, some frightened you with their darkness, but the greatest feeling that I had was to take all of them home with me.
Unfortunately, at this present time, my heart is willing but my pocket is lean. The prices of some of these pieces could keep yours truly fed fat for a year. The wonderful thing about exhibitions is that for the token fee charged at the entrance you get to enjoy the lovely ambiance and window shop for free 😉
Here are some of the photos taken out of over 600 shots that need to be curated and enjoyed.
Take a peek. Lady Lee inspires me with her photos. I’ve got an idea for this weekend.
Made of Swarovski crystals.
Catch the babies young and inspire their minds 😉
Red Hot and Spicy
Pimp a little ride
Colour me rainbow
Simple and lovely
Money cascade made from currencies from all over the world
Lipstick and the bling ladies
I called this found art – after found poetry. It was composed from strips of magazine and newspaper cuttings
Isn’t he a tall one
Creative park set by Canon. Dabble in some paint
The young man made this Gorilla and other objects from folding paper. It was interesting to watch him at work.
I would like to offer the free use of any of my photographs that interest you.
Should at any time you wish to use my images, please feel free to give me a nudge and I’ll email it to you free from any image credit attributions.
I am still trying to figure out what the quality of this photo is that just makes me absolutely love it.
I looked out of the window one evening and there they were; two ladies standing so close together, no other person or vehicles are in sight which is a rarity in this place. I quickly rushed to get my camera for some reason that I still struggle to identify. For one it speaks ‘support’ to me.