domingo, 22 de julio de 2012

CARGAR/CARRY (IF)

Si tu corazón carga con una muerte,
vas a pedir por agua al costado del camino cuando sientas sed,
pero tus ojos no veran al sol brillando nuevamente.


If your heart carries a death,
you will ask for water at the roadside when you feel thirsty,
but your eyes will not see the sun shining again.

Si hacés clic fuera de la imagen podrás ampliarla dos veces
If you do click outside the picture you can enlarge it twice

21 comentarios:

Rod MacGregor dijo...

Ohhhhhhhhh...que miedo!!!! Me gusta este trabajo Amigo...no lo entiendo pero me gusta mucho...Estoy pensando de ello ahora! Buen fin de semana para todos en tu familia en Invierno!!!! Hoy estamos en las fiestas del pueblo. Hoy fiesta de agua...todo el pueblo esta mojado...Muy divertido!!!

Cindy D. dijo...

So strange and interesting. Beautiful job with the contrast and shadows.

pauline dijo...

Roberto, i love the symbolism in your illustrations... very lovely and done with such attention. I'll be visiting your blog again! xox

susansorrellhill dijo...

Hola, Roberto! It's been ages since I was here, and things have changed quite a bit! However, your paintings are just as gorgeous (and your poetry as heartfelt) as ever. I really love these latest two paintings with the contrast between realistic faces and a more graphic rest of the painting. So nice to hear from your on my own blog too. Sending a big hug, and hope you are well.

Rita dijo...

There is so much to look at...interesting details and not even sure I understand it all...but it's very well done.

Elizabeth Rose Stanton dijo...

Lots of amazing symbolism here...very well painted!

Sung-Hee (Regina) Hong dijo...

This is very thought provoking.. your blog is exciting ! the background, heading image ! i'm same old.. same old.. days pass by...

The Daydreamer dijo...

Oooh, heavy! But love the different elements you have used. :)

Sujata Khanna dijo...

Very profound indeed- very strong figures carved into furniture, it leaves a strong effect. And you do paint very often, that is good- congratulations!Have a good week!

Claire Wildish dijo...

Roberto, this is so sad and beautiful!

Shree dijo...

So beautiful, dark, and surreal... I love your painting.

I also love your blog background. has it been created by you too?

k.h.whitaker dijo...

These new pieces are so interesting and full of elements to draw you in. I hope your weekend was restful :)
look at all your headless people in the background!

Joyeeta Neogi dijo...

Hi Roberto, you have a profound depth in all your art!Amazing symbolism!Every illustration portrays a story and encaptures the theme perfectly....Congrats
Thank you for popping by my blog and encouraging me :)

Nancy dijo...

Your art is much too profound for my simple soul ... but how I love to have it teased like this! Sooo good. :)

illustration poetry dijo...

it's so bittersweet.
and this painting makes me miss my old red hair!

yes i heard same thing about the crabs, but i've never seen live crabs (a walking crab), i once found one by the beach and it's dead.
The only crab i know is Mr. Krabs (SpongeBob's boss). That's all.

Ted Blackman dijo...

Sometimes I stop by, and I'm confused by the message and symbolism here, but I keep stopping by anyway, because I like the story.

Sandra van Doorn dijo...

hi, haven’t been here for a while, i was away... i am really liking this series of couches... the small details give away a bit of a dark and nostalgic story . i love that.
x sandra

nelleke dijo...

Intriguing image, I keep looking to that sofa, such a nice warm colors with the background. But the message sounds so sad...

rossichka dijo...

So desperate!! The Brokenhearted Woman... The dead bird is not a good sign! But... if someone makes a small window, at least a hole in the wall... Then everything could change!
Hmm, obviously I'm an optimist. And I don't share the superstition about number 13...
I like this new painting of the "SAD series", Roberto! I like the expession of the face. As well as the new header!:)))

Sasa Saastamoinen dijo...

What a spooky image, that red-headed lady haunts me, where is her body... Excellent work, great symbolism again! :-)

Darlene K Campbell dijo...

I'm very impressed with this. Can be interpreted in many ways.