I want to visit Exhibitions Salvador Dali , it is till 12th December.
Or I was called.
I am a painter of religious things.
As a result, people could call me surrealism.
A 20th century movement of artists and writers (developing out of dadaism) who used fantastic images and incongruous juxtapositions in order to represent unconscious thoughts and dreams.
I do not know but sure to imagine the words of God to image.
It is a vision coming down from heaven.
I studied basic painting as many painter do.
I am a specialist for Western painting.
Of cause I practiced Japanese paintings also so it is different from Western Artist.
I see dali’s painting change to reach Surrealism.
Also the back ground.
But I see a commercialism painting for him.
It is good to have a rich life in a real world.
I want to see the holiness in our modern world.
Inside ourself, inside my heart is eternal world and so precious.
Art yes but ugly to me.
3D trial is for leap from a picture 2D but I am not care about.
Painter could express 3D or more dimension on the picture.
Art could combine watcher’s sprits to their world.
So the people feel eternal world.
Material is created in 10 dimensions.
What is material.
We focus in atom what you can see.
Light power creates minimum Electron.
Who created them and law to stay.
Human has no intelligence right now but some day we can know.
Read this verse carefully.
It points to the Atomic Theory precisely.
In chemistry and physics, atomic theory speaks of the nature of matter, which states that matter is composed of discrete units called atoms, or as Paul says “things which are seen (matter) is made up of things which were invisible (atoms).
Depending on the atom, the smallest atom, Hydrogen is said to make up approximately 90% of the universe.
It’s through these small atoms and their complex bonding behavior that we make up visible matter.
Ironically, to this day we can’t actually “see” atoms with the naked eye.
Atoms are much smaller than the wavelength of visible light but we can detect them through spectroscopy, which shows their presence, bonds, and structure.