Cosmic Fruition


Cosmic Fruition

Cosmic Fruition:

“Star Struck”
Connections via Chemical Trails.

My atoms of my being.

Collide;

Man; Woman

Brother; Sister

Space is empty to the eye

The half Negative,

We hang upon

We shoot for the Stars

Force

The smell of space

Is on the breath

Of the ones we love.

(Jack Gray)

Interested in purchasing this as a print to own as a physical piece for your collections? Please visit my shop.

My comments: Cosmic Fruition is one of the first Digital Paintings I’ve ever attempted. It was done in a program on Deviant Art called Da-Muro, and it was brought into GIMP 2.6 for some other renders. All in All spent about 5 hours digitally painting and putting this together.

The author of the poem that goes with this painting is one of my best friends in real life, and is a great poet, and lyricist. Feel very fortunate to have him write this piece while looking at the painting, and listening to Carl Sagans – Symphony of Science.

Now i’m hoping you, the wordpress, and internet community can get some kind of emotional signal from this.

Also it is easy to see that I used this image as the Header image for the overall site.

Disclaimer: These images are solely owned by me. If you want to use them please ask for permission, and always give credit back to the original article, or picture that you are going to use. As long as these images are being used for a non-for profit way then there should be no problems. Just be sure to credit me, and link back to this site.

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11 Responses to Cosmic Fruition

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  2. sarahjaneprosetry says:

    The smell of space

    Is on the breath

    Of the ones we love.

    This is genius. Lines come along and I think, “Wow! Why didn’t I come up with that”. Incredible.

    • The poet that wrote the piece was looking at the painting, and listening to a song titled ” the symphony of science” by carl sagan. I just sat in observation and was very imperssed, and inspired.

  3. The completed work was well worth the effort. This piece certainly has the ‘wow’ factor.

  4. kathsartcorner says:

    Thank-you for visiting!!!

  5. A very vivid Cosmic Fruition… I love the visual art with the poem (Kudos to your poetic friend) A wondrous thing to think we are all part of the cosmos, beautiful stardust! Nice work =)

    • A great song to listen to while looking at this digital painting, and reading the poem. is “Symphony of Science” – Carl Sagan. It will blow your mind ! It’s amazing to think were all made of star stuff/dust. And we as complex organisms are evolved enough to become autonomous and realize the greatness in which the cosmos is.

      • Julie, after great reception and inqueries about if I had prints for sale. I decided to open it up in my print shop, and is now readily available for purchase. Click here http://www.deviantart.com/print/26297229/ to see it in my print shop, and the prices are literally dirt cheap ! i want people that really love my art. Also be able to afford to own it in the physical for collections.

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