Category: passion

And though flawed, she was the perfect imperfe…

And though flawed, she was the perfect imperfection.

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Her life was an absolute mess and so was her p…

Her life was an absolute mess and so was her paint palette…But that’s why they were so fucking beautiful.

Michael Carini | MOSTLY FOR HER

Michael Carini | MOSTLY FOR HER

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“Faces Of The Parabox” is a subset derived from “The Boy In The Box” series. Commencing upon the precipice of homelessness, “The Boy In The Box” follows the rigid geometric structuring of the “The Up-Side Of Down” and represents the perpetual quest for personal freedom and breaking outside of the box. We often create our own boxes. This painting, “Mirror Rorrim (The Reflection)”, reflects upon the only person that can change your life. It’s you!

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And she had worn a mask for so long, when she …

And she had worn a mask for so long, when she finally removed it, she no longer recognized who she saw in the reflection of the mirror.

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Michael Carini | LEARN MORE

“Faces Of The Parabox” is a subset derived from “The Boy In The Box” series. Commencing upon the precipice of homelessness, “The Boy In The Box” follows the rigid geometric structuring of the “The Up-Side Of Down” and represents the perpetual quest for personal freedom and breaking outside of the box. We often create our own boxes. This painting, “Mirror Rorrim (The Reflection)”,  reflects upon the only person that can change your life. It’s you!

Check out this painting HERE and you can see more at CariniArts.com

And though she was surrounded by a crippling a…

And though she was surrounded by a crippling and blinding darkness, she was the light she sought. She just needed to open her eyes and peer through the hazy illusion of abyss that she created to see it.

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Michael Carini | LEARN MORE

“Knowhere To Go (Tale Of The Lost Shepherd)” references an older series I did titled “The Lost Shepherd,” which depicts hyper-realistic German Shepherds on abstract color grids. This story reflects upon how even the shepherd, the leader of the flock, can lose his or her way. Sometimes we don’t know where to go. Sometimes it may even feel like we have nowhere to go. Where are you going? I’m presently trying to figure out my path as I create it and I truly hope I know where to go soon…and I wish the same for you.

Safe Travels-

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