Description Anamnesis of EstivationYou are my hope,And my salvation.You are my light,And my elation.You are my heartbeat and vibration,You are a message on my cell,You are a chime of towers bell.And in my mind your thoughts dwell.You are that heightened sensation.You are that long, confusing application.You are that random combination.That holds the key,The future, and clarification.You are that very best vacation.Where hand in hand we walked alone,Betwixt the streets of cobblestone,And as the moon above us shone.On the window, music box.Had played to us, the sound of silence.That sound of heartbeats creationYou are my very final tribulation.I have no questions, and no words to say.You have no answers and no explanation.Perhaps just a manifestation?A figment of imagination?Complete belief, infatuation!Your eyes are leading me away.Your laughter, like the spring in MayYour smile, like a sunny dayYou are the song, to which I swayYou are my thought's fixation.And between the world of gray,Upon which I walk everyday.Between skyscrapers, concrete walls and neon lights.I will remember all the days and all the nights.And I will act and I will prayJust so that we can meet again.Through the autumns aging, weary worldThrough the winters frosty, bitter cold,Through the spring that still remains,Through cloudy days and through the rains.I will recall, Anamnesis of estivationMy amber muse, my angel, and my inspiration.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Creation time: two weeksSoftware: Photoshop CSTextures, references, inspirations shot during summer vacations in Russia (2007) and Croatia (2008).Hardware: Wacom Intuos 6x8 tablet, Canon 300DReal size: 20x40 inches (52 x 108 cm) or 9000 x 4600 pixels~Inspired by and dedicated to my fiance Daria
Vitaly S Alexius, Toronto/Ontario Member Since August 2006 Artist Statement I was born in the year 1984, in Novokuznetsk, Siberian Russia.
On April 11/1997 fate has given me an unexpected twist and by means of aerial transportation I was thrown about 5555 miles across the Atlantic Ocean to Toronto, Canada.
Since 2000, I’ve been tutoring on the subject of drawing and painting. In 2002, I've learned Photoshop and have been using it ever since, to develop an innovative, digital-art style , which I gave a name - "Dreaminism".
Currently I'm working as a photographer/freelance illustrator, painting more chapters for the "Romantically Apocalyptic" graphic novel and doing commissions on the side such as concept art, book illustrations and cd covers.