Author: ACRYLIC ALCHEMY

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artist-rothko: Untitled (Yellow, Red and Blue)…

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Untitled (Yellow, Red and Blue), Mark Rothko

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Michael Carini | SHOP NOW

Michael Carini | SHOP NOW

Fractured Realities And Dreams Brought To Light

This painting tells the story of a female phoenix rising from the ashes 

acrylicalchemy: Michael Carini | Art Shop “Th…

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“The Up-Side of Down” was inspired by a 2009 assault and battery that hospitalized Carini with multiple facial fractures, severe eye trauma, and a concussion. Carini’s signature icon, which he saw flashing in his head during his concussive state, is a key repeating element in this series that represents life growing from death and discovering the positives in negatives.

Featured: The Insatiable Monster Eating Away At Me From The Inside. Acrylic, Vodka, and Xanax on Panel. This painting takes a deep dark journey into personal demons and the things that eat away at the soul. Simultaneously, it reflects upon the simple and pure beauty of the battle back from those deep dark places. Sometimes is may even appear pretty on the outside while crumbling from within. We’ve all seen these places and some of us are still there. Keep fighting.

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nevver:

nevver:

Darkness on the Edge of Town, Whitney Hayes

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flowercrownpriince: by KieranHind on Pixabay

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by KieranHind on Pixabay

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Michael Carini | LEARN MORE

Michael Carini | LEARN MORE

Today is my mom’s Birthday, which should by all means be a day of celebration. Today is also the anniversary of my father’s suicide. Featured in the first image is “.38 With A .38 (The Speed Of Eternal Stillness)”, which depicts an angel embracing a suicide victim at the moment of impact. I’m very thankful that I was given an opportunity to pull this painting off the racks this weekend to display it publicly for the first time in an exhibition about recovery and art therapy at the Expressive Arts Institute. The Expressive Arts Institute also provided me a platform two years ago to debut my 5 year project, “Reign Upon Sonrise”, which was, in part, highlighted by the suicide note I wrote for my father…the one he never left. One of my highest goals with my artwork is to reach and help those battling suicide. It’s a battle that never truly ends until it does.