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Coffee And Cigarettes

Description : Acrylic Paint and Charcoal on wood, ready to hang. Signed on the front. This artwork comes with an external frame. POEM: - COFFEE AND CIGARETTES - Hot brewed coffee. To take my stride. Upon the drifting tide. Laying back in a Turkish café. There’s nothing really left to say. Feeling untied. And striding along an easy ride. Freshly ground beans. Lift a rich aroma to my nasal. To the cup I become bent. Roasted to perfection. With its golden crema on top. Oh, it’s sweet sailing to the opium den. Feeling Zen. Taking lip with a soft pack. Pulling a cigarette by the teeth. Lighting up with a match. Waving off the hazel flame with a Thai chi motion. A gentle inhale. Oh, the tobaccos simmering sensation. Leaves me in a virtuous nest. Displaced in my centre crest. Dismissing all things off my chest. Now, finally I can rest. As steaming clouds rise above the brim. The cigarette left dangling atop the ashtray. I lean back with a soft sigh. For a moment I go off course. And simply. Just simply. Let the moment take me astray.

DIMENSIONS : ( Width - 44.50 cm x Height - 54.50 cm )

Medium on Base : Mixed Media on Hardwood

Genre : Abstract

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Copyright : © Meled Taouk

Price
Framed: $650.00
Delivery Charges
Within Australia: $30.00
Outside Australia: $50.00
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I am an Australian born artist, I have been developing a style which is vital to my aim of expressing the inherit self. My art is derived from the internal, I draw my inspiration from the subliminal. I believe all artistic vision is inherently from a source, that can only be considered as divine. I draw from my own personal experiences, all that I witness within the boundaries of my life, from all that I have felt internally ,to the many experiences I have endured throughout my life. I approach my work with a conceived idea or an illusory image, at first a set style or attitude is taken on as an expressive outlet, and then eventually I become stimulated before the work takes a life of its own through an emotional outlet during the performance of the work. I become captivated by the works progressive development, encouraging what works, to hold or expose a subconscious truth and beauty, creating a life of its own.“There is no single truth in Art, everyone holds their own truth which they have reaped through the life they have endured. Truth derives from a universal awareness.”