Michael Carini | .38 With A .38 (The Speed Of Eternal Stillness)
The Carini Technique: As every story has a past, present, and future, what may at first glimpse appear to be non-objective abstraction is in fact segmentations of energetic imagery interacting and breathing through the boundlessness of space and time.
This painting explores the concept of suicide and depicts a victim of suicide being embraced by an angel at the moment of impact. It is, at least in part, a reflection of my thoughts dealing with the loss of my best friend and muse, Deanne Hastings, who disappeared in 2015 and has yet to be found.
Michael Carini | Acrylic on Panel
I Will Never Let You Love Me (Because I Could Never Love Myself)
Every ending is also an opportunity for a new beginning. It’s all a matter of perspective. Don’t allow your past to extinguish your flame. Allow your future to spark it and rise from the ashes a phoenix reborn.
All suicide awareness photoshoot images by Christa Maier and Balm In Gilead
Michael Carini | The Painting Sacrifice
Photo By Christa Maier & Balm In Gilead
You choose whether you allow the fire to burn you or warm you. You also choose whether you utilize the flames to burn others or share your warmth 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Michael Carini | Photo by Christa Maier and all photo shoot images available
Michael Carini | Some people like to play with fire…I live here…
Painting sacrifice photos and forthcoming video by Balm In Gilead and Christa Maier. It just gets hotter from here.
Michael Carini | Thoughts on art and life | MichaelCarini.com
Michael Carini | Behind The Paint
Michael Carini | This was really special to receive
Michael Carini | The Sacrifice: Igniting the Phoenix Flame
Photo By: Balm In Gilead & Christa Maier