Pan Hesekiel Shiroi
16 Feb 2012

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Posted 16 Feb 2012 16:21
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Again, one of my newer works ... Well, more or less as it's already half a year old.
I think everyone should have their own thoughts regarding this piece.


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Depraved Indifference 2 years ago 0
I get a mild "Salvitore Dali" kind of feeling when I see the binding elements, here.
Pan Hesekiel Shiroi 2 years ago 0
Well, it has a touch of surrealism to it, after all. :)
geneseepaws 2 years ago 0
I do, I do have my own thoughts, but I don't think most would like them.
Pan Hesekiel Shiroi 2 years ago 0
Would you mind sharing them anyways? :)
geneseepaws 2 years ago 0
(thoughts sent in Private Message to Artist)
Red Back Dragon 2 years ago 0
i hate to sound insensitive but i am autistic and while i am sure this is a very emotional piece i cant shake the felling that weelll ... looks like a furry crashed into stay-puft and this is the aftermath but on an artistic note AWSOME the work and detail thats gone into this is amazing
Pan Hesekiel Shiroi 2 years ago 0
Well ... I _did_ say that everyone should have their own thoughts about this piece after all. icon_biggrin.gif And if that's what you see, it's what you see. Something more lighthearted for once can't be too bad.
But thank you very much. ;)
SiberDrac 2 years ago 0
Very moving, and like you said, very open to interpretation. If you're familiar with Tarot, I see the eight of swords, here - trapped, and submitting to the entrapment. I love how... I don't know, smooth, I guess, that it is.
Pan Hesekiel Shiroi 2 years ago 0
Thank you. :) And yes, I know a little about tarot ... eight of swords, kind of fitting, I guess.
Aquilla Whitegate 2 years ago 0
The whole place looks like a desert with volcanic ash in the sand, and the creature is a thing all its own. I think the most dark element of this image is the fact that the very land itself is holding him down and will not let him go. As if this were a mental realization of what the interpretation is, K would say this is what a person who is in depression would feel like going under. I like the pic very thought provoking and dark surreal if nothing less. :)
Pan Hesekiel Shiroi 2 years ago 0
Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me. :)
Lokor and Kire Kitsune 2 years ago 0
It reminds me of my past. Good thought provoker, this one. Grade A+ as usual.
Pan Hesekiel Shiroi 2 years ago 0
Thank you very much. While it's sad that there are other people who can relate to this piece, I'm also a little happy about it as it seems to be expressing what I wanted it to express. :)
Devon Bearcoon 2 years ago 0
This is really cool, I don't really understand it but like someone else has commented, there's definitely some surrealism going on here! I just love Surrealist pieces, and Salvadore Dali is one of my favorite in those kind of painters. This is almost to me, as if the character here is bound to a certain place, be it a region of desert or a country, it can not seem to let him leave? Although the fact he's slumped down looks to me as if he's unhappy that he can't leave... so that could be bad. This is quite thought provoking, I like it a lot! I'm glad I stumbled across your work too!
Pan Hesekiel Shiroi 2 years ago 0
Thank you, I never thought so many people would actually like something slightly surrealistic that much. :)
You could say you are right, it's about the feeling of being tied down by someone/something, unable to leave and evolve ... at least that's it for me. :) Thank you again.