Visual Art: Future Unknown.

Future Unknown by Sir Helder Amos
We cannot predict we will have a future nostalgia, because the future is unknown

It’s been a while, almost a year, since my last piece, but here it is, finally a née master piece! and I am loving it badly.

Sometimes I press and stress myself too much for creating, because I wanna be writing and making pics all the time because that is what gives me purpose and fuel me, yet I always forget that sometimes, time is the best teacher and muse.

I am sure that if I had rushed myself to create something, it wouldn’t be as special as this turned out to be. And what a time it took! I literally worked on this for almost two weeks or maybe a little more. But then, again, time was perfect, because element by element were showing in line in my head and filling each space little by little, until they were all aligned and this is the result.

I hope you like it, and also know that every element in this pic has a meaning, do you think you can figure it out?  Feel free to give me your interpretation of this pic via email or in the comments of this post; because I’d love to see what this image sparks in your mind!

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  1. This is a very interesting creation. I've taken several looks at it, now, but the first look... I got a feeling of intrigue and curiosity. Further studying it, I could see a connection to earth and sky. Not sure if that is the intention here but it came to me. That deep sense of knowing is all around us, even in our own creations of art and in ourselves, and we really only need tap into that innate sense.

    Thank you for sharing. ~MvddieGvllows

    1. Thank you so much for your opinion! You are right on track there! 🤔🧐

  2. It seems like a collection of all things that you enjoy doing (art brushed, books, reafing cards). All of it represent you. That is what I am getting from the pic. But I am interested to know, 'Why the desert though'? Does the desert mean something specific?

    1. Thanks for your thoughts! The desert actually have several meaning sin my head, but one of it, it’s because it represents the land, dry. Which still needs works to do to get it flourish it.

  3. I'm curious about the contrast of the sand and the figure rising from it.
    Is it gold rising from sand, or a different color of sand because of the angle of the sun?
    Also: it feels like its about to rain in this scene.
    Is it, or is it just me?

    1. It is supposed to be clay made from the sand 😬😬

      And yes. Rain is coming.