Finding Home - "Memories from the Past"
Floating high in the sky,
A pagoda of memories gone by,
Brush strokes of colors, abstract and bright,
Memories of home, a sacred delight.
Home is not just a physical place where we reside, but it is a feeling that we carry with us wherever we go. It is a place where we find solace, where we can be our true selves, and where we create memories that last a lifetime. However, the concept of home can be elusive, and it can be challenging to define where exactly it lies. The large, abstract painting "Memories from the Past" depicts this idea perfectly, with its Japanese floating pagoda and vibrant colors.
This large painting is a beautiful creation that draws the viewer's attention with its colorful strokes and intricate details. The Japanese flying pagoda in the painting represents home in this case, but it is not anchored to the ground. Instead, it is floating in the air, resembling a dream or a cloud. This floating pagoda represents the idea that home can be anywhere, and it is not necessarily a physical place. It can be a feeling, a memory, or even a person.
The title of this large painting, "Memories from the Past," further reinforces the idea that home is not just a physical place but a feeling that is rooted in our memories. The painting captures the essence of what it means to have a sense of belonging, a place where we feel safe and secure.
The use of several brush strokes to depict the clouds adds a touch of mysticism to the painting, giving it a dreamlike quality. The artist has used bright and vibrant colors to capture the viewer's attention, and each stroke is visible and distinct, making the painting come alive; all of which gets heightened by the large size of the canvas. The colors used in the painting evoke a sense of nostalgia, reminiscent of the memories of home that we carry with us throughout our lives.