THE MOTOR
August 21st 2014
Memory adds emotion, informing the experience part

carmeloblandino

|After studying art & design and working with designers and advertising agencies, this artist shifted his focus and indulged in the world of fine art. He discovered that memories distort the ‘now’, releasing a powerful authenticity and flowers could symbolise the graceful dance of life. Inspired by the battle between memory and experience, the artist started painting flowers with his left hand. With each brushstroke the past dissolved and revealed the presentArt Carmelo Blandino Store SaatchiArt

“We have what we seek. It is there all the time, and if we slow down and be still, it will make itself known to us.” Thomas Merton

After studying art & design and working with designers and advertising agencies, this artist shifted his focus and indulged in the world of fine art. He discovered that memories distort the ‘now’, releasing a powerful authenticity and flowers could symbolise the graceful dance of life. Inspired by the battle between memory and experience, the artist started painting flowers with his left hand. With each brushstroke the past dissolved and revealed the presentArt Carmelo Blandino Store SaatchiArt

“We have what we seek. It is there all the time, and if we slow down and be still, it will make itself known to us.” Thomas Merton

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