BARBARA PECORA

FOR THE LOST SOULS AMONG US

Framed Size: 190x190cm

mixesd media acrylic on canvas
BARBARA PECORA
BARBARA PECORA

BARBARA PECORA

FOR THE LOST SOULS AMONG US

Framed Size: 190x190cm

mixesd media acrylic on canvas
€50.000,00

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ABOUT THE WORK 

Research on ancient Celtic myths and symbols about death and the intermediate world. About the souls who can not walk. About death. What a heart can kill and still keep beating. Self-written Arabic and Celtic poems about devil, death and the hereafter. What holds you. That too death is stuck in his existence. He is married to eternity. Golden ankle cuffs that hold the soul. The chakra symbol of life in its place touched by death. The raven who can see everything. The devil who has his fingers in the game everywhere. Loneliness in life is as bad as death. Samhain. The old stories about the gate and the period in which the dead and the living can pass through space and time. Everything that is faith and not knowledge.

ABOUT THE ARTIST 

How could I put down a description of myself here, black and white, without embellishment or understatement? How objective is a profile? Should not they be friends (do not I have) or family, but do you know one? Or has one ever revealed oneself to one's heart and if so, it was understood. Who can see you? I think none of this is possible.
If I were to assign myself an animal, I would probably be an icy butterfly with a sting of black. Carrying on the snowy wind of my destiny, I'm looking for nothing more, only suppose. As a human, looking at the window, watching the falling rain on the gray roofs, listening to the uniform murmuring sounds of a city, letting the day pass uselessly.
I love Maria Callas, Dalida as well as Jimmy Hendrix and I adore Janis Joplin. My heart carries the Occident as well as the Orient. I care for the old as well as the new with equal dedication. Loathe the Hollywood crap produced for the Comerz. I am constantly looking for "edge products". I love to dance, but unfortunately there are no old-fashioned dance coffees anymore ... extinct. I just do not smoke cigarettes. Love the free spirit of the 60s that I live. I'm not interested in politics. (Rags went, rags came. Amen) What else? What is nicer than drinking champagne from old heavy Baccart glasses and eating Russian eggs with your hands and reading Gengseitig short stories by Rafik Schami. Barefoot to explore a fishing village? At night, on the way home, take a spring roll from the Chinese, as well as eating for 2 days, not to forget the healthy feeling of hunger that cleanses the soul. I love Schuman as much as Cosmic Dancer. I go sledding as in the morning at my work all with the same zest. I write letters like 100 years ago and no one answers. In all my ways I had to go, life taught me to take it as it comes. All the spiky single pieces that give the whole and can not be separated. Just like the soup tastes only with salt. That's how I think, and that's what I am.