When does art truly take on the illusion of life in order to capture forever a moment of time which can be endlessly admired? Is it the conception of an image that an artist draws or is it the depth of an appearance that the mind’s eye is able to see? Art throughout time has always captured what we see and what we hope to be in part, in a manner of speaking it is a camera that is a keeper of human time. Maybe this is why when we see something drawn or painted by the human hand we are subtlety reminded of the exquisite elegance we can exhibit in a world that may at time seem so complex. Art has transcended time that we can only count in days and due to its timeless vanguard we have placed an unparalleled value upon its achievements which is destined to increase with time.
Within this article is a portrait drawn for the writer’s daughter, as to why I the writer have chosen to write of this portrait it is in part the subject matter depicted, but also to give credit to a young artist whose art work is worth noting. To put it in perspective I offer you a comparison that of Kate Middleton recently released portrait. Each artist perceives their subject matter in a unique way and distinguishes themselves with each brush stroke they take. The results if worth noting have the capability of outlasting ourselves.
In closing though, the time lapse drawing depicted by Pavel has a special meaning behind it in of itself; some have compared it to the Titanic drawing scene depicted in the movie. Although not as revealing it does have its own special meaning, but that is another story in and of itself.
Edmund Dunn, Reporting
..Situated above is the actual photo used, below is the time lapse video, Kate Middleton portrait and of course the Titanic scene