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Why so grim

Posted by
Nitin (Mayenne, France) on 9 February 2012 in Abstract & Conceptual.

“I have come to realize this is an essential lesson: In order to survive, you must learn to live without everything. Optimism dies first, then love, and finally hope. But still you must continue. If you were to ask me why, I would say that even without those fundamental things, the great things, the hot-blood-in-the-veins things, there is still enough in a day, in a life, to be precious, important, sometimes even fulfilling. How do I live without you? I put you in the museum of my heart where I often go, absorbing as much as I can bear before closing time.”

Jonathan Carroll, The Marriage of Sticks

Last set of door knobs for this series. My sincere apologies that I've not been able to respond to any of your comments - such has been my work status since I came back from my holidays.

The face on the door knob is a sculpture of the Lion/Dragon - a symbol of auspicious times & a guardian in Chinese belief.

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

So much of Time locked away in this . .

9 Feb 2012 10:08am

Olivier Paillet from toulouse, France

Nicely graphic ! well done !

9 Feb 2012 12:10pm

Z from Shanghai, China

Beautiful texture, beautiful graphic ! I hope you have a nice green drink today .. sorry i couldn't make it again :((

9 Feb 2012 12:58pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States


10 Feb 2012 12:05am

Prabha Parab from Mumbai, India

Is there any significance for this face....Great.

10 Feb 2012 3:17am

PRASHANT from Mumbai, India

Is there any significance for this face....Grea

10 Feb 2012 3:19am

Punit from Somewhere in, India

Lovely composition, this one! I love the symmetry and the expression on those faces..!

12 Feb 2012 2:59am