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Vanessa LONGO

 

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Vanessa LONGO - Crystal Heart - Acrylic, pencil , copper foil on panel - 50x19 in

Story of the beautiful crystal heart that came into the world to love, abandoned by love

 

Acrylic, pencil and copper foil on panel - 50 x 19 in (127 x 48.3 cm)

 

Gea was, understandably, well anchored to  earth. She was so happy that she spent most of her time upside down, because she said, "I see things from here in the right perspective". This natural position for her, but unusual in the eyes of the rest of the world, made it easier for her heart to slip from chest to head. Where long remained. Gea was fine, but the whole planet was interested in the strange case of "the girl with a travelling heart". 'The more people became interested in her, the more shy and reserved she became, unable to distinguish who was her friend sincerely and who was not.

She was visited by all sorts of specialists. The experts unanimously decreed that vital functions were stable, but the heart, in its long journey, was strongly weakened, assuming the consistency of the crystal. To return to his norm she would have had to walk with her feet on the ground, otherwise one day her heart would have carved a hole in her head and she would have slipped away. The interest in Gea grew even more after this news, as did the girl’s discontent. Gea refused to turn her world upside down and was convinced that when people saw her heart flying from her head, they would really love her for what she was and admire her honorable sacrifice.

Gea grew up, became a woman rich in charm and talent and one day, in her splendour, her capricious heart decided to leave. Gea was very frightened but immensely happy. Now everyone would love her. The expulsion of the heart was slow and painful. In those moments Gea would have wished human warmth but, the crowd that normally surrounded it, fled in amazement from so much appearance.

Gea found herself alone, upside down and without a heart.

 

 

Storia del bellissimo cuore di cristallo venuto al mondo per amare, abbandonato dall'amore

 

Gea era, comprensibilmente, ben ancorata alla terra. Lo era a tal punto da passare gran parte del suo tempo a testa in giù, perché, diceva:"da qui vedo le cose nella giusta prospettiva".

Questa posizione naturale per lei, ma insolita agli occhi del resto del mondo, le agevoló lo scivolamento del cuore dal petto alla testa. Dove a lungo rimase. Gea stava bene, ma tutto il pianeta si interessava allo 'strano caso della bimba col cuore itinerante.' Più la gente si interessava a lei, più Gea diveniva schiva e riservata, impossibilitata a distinguere chi le era amico in modo sincero e chi no.

Fu visitata da ogni sorta di specialista. All'unanimità gli esperti decretarono che le funzioni vitali erano stabili, ma che il cuore, nel suo lungo tragitto, si era fortemente indebolito, assumendo la consistenza del cristallo.

Per tornare alla sua norma avrebbe dovuto camminare coi piedi per terra, altrimenti un giorno il cuore si sarebbe scavato un varco nella testa e sarebbe scivolato via.

L'interesse per Gea crebbe ancora di più dopo questa notizia, così come il malcontento della ragazza.

Gea rifiutó di capovolgere il suo mondo e si convinse che, quando la gente avrebbe visto il suo cuore volare dalla testa, l'avrebbe amata davvero per ciò che era e ammirato il suo onorevole sacrificio.

Gea crebbe, divenne una donna ricca di fascino e talento e un giorno, nel pieno del suo splendore, il suo cuore capriccioso decise di andarsene.

Gea era molto spaventata ma immensamente felice. Ora tutti l'avrebbero amata.

L'espulsione del cuore fu lenta e dolorosa. In quei momenti Gea avrebbe desiderato calore umano ma, la folla che normalmente l'attorniava, si dileguò atterrita da tanta affizione.

Gea si ritrovò sola, capovolta e senza un cuore.

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Vanessa Longo - The fearful Agata, with shuted eyes, guided her shadows - Acrylic, pencil and copper foil on panel

The fearful Agata, with shuted eyes, guided her shadows (acrylic, copper foil and pencil on panel 60 x 24 in (152.4 x 61 cm)

 

This painting is about a woman who became blind because the world hurt her eyes. Without haste, she consciously abandoned herself to the dark. She did not consider the world a place worthy of being seen, so she used to lay in solitude. The woman became grim, misogynistic, just wanted to inflict on others the same pain that tormented her soul. She then began to tear the eyes of the women who were paying attention to her; sewing them in her dress so that it could be a warning to anyone who approached her. One day, two sisters, both blind from birth, came upon her path. The lonely, angry woman tore their eyes and added them to her collection. But the moment she did, the sisters saw the world through her. Despite the woman's reluctance, the sisters no longer wanted to part with her, worthy of having given them this precious gift. The woman felt condemned to wander around the world and show the young people and their uncorrupted and hungry eyes what they had never been able to see. Through their gaze she saw the world; through their stories she saw it for the first time. The uninhabited soul of the woman continued to sink into her blindness, and never realized the true gift that life had made to her.

Vanessa Longo - The fearful Agata, with shuted eyes, guided her shadows - Acrylic, pencil and copper foil on panel DETAIL

Detail

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Vanessa LONGO - Crystal Heart - Acrylic, pencil , copper foil on panel - 50x19 in
Vanessa Longo - Goddess Doris and Goddess  Mazu - Acrylic, pencil, and copper foil on panel
Vanessa Longo - The fearful Agata, with shuted eyes, guided her shadows - Acrylic, pencil and copper foil on panel
Vanessa Longo - The fearful Agata, with shuted eyes, guided her shadows - Acrylic, pencil and copper foil on panel DETAIL
Vanessa LONGO - How and if his wings were broken, Even the angel was not given to know - acrylic and copper foil on panel
Vanessa Longo - Dense, licentious and delightful intimal conversation Jadajina who wants to have straight hair - Acrylic, copper foil on canvas
Vanessa LONGO - I am the caterpillar that will never be like you, I die in your beautiful bitterfly wings - Acrylic and copper foil on panel
Vanessa LONGO - Do you think you can watch whil moking abandon my plumage. Acrylic and copper foil on panel
Vanessa LONGO - Sea that I feared dried, I made mine your red corals - acrylic and copper foil on panel
Vanessa LONGO - Crystal Heart - Acrylic, pencil , copper foil on panel - 50x19 in
Vanessa Longo - Goddess Doris and Goddess  Mazu - Acrylic, pencil, and copper foil on panel
Vanessa Longo - The fearful Agata, with shuted eyes, guided her shadows - Acrylic, pencil and copper foil on panel
Vanessa Longo - The fearful Agata, with shuted eyes, guided her shadows - Acrylic, pencil and copper foil on panel DETAIL
Vanessa LONGO - How and if his wings were broken, Even the angel was not given to know - acrylic and copper foil on panel
Vanessa Longo - Dense, licentious and delightful intimal conversation Jadajina who wants to have straight hair - Acrylic, copper foil on canvas
Vanessa LONGO - I am the caterpillar that will never be like you, I die in your beautiful bitterfly wings - Acrylic and copper foil on panel
Vanessa LONGO - Do you think you can watch whil moking abandon my plumage. Acrylic and copper foil on panel
Vanessa LONGO - Sea that I feared dried, I made mine your red corals - acrylic and copper foil on panel

MAX LANIADO FINE ARTS

Vanessa LONGO - Crystal Heart - Acrylic, pencil , copper foil on panel - 50x19 in

Story of the beautiful crystal heart that came into the world to love, abandoned by love

 

Acrylic, pencil and copper foil on panel - 50 x 19 in (127 x 48.3 cm)

 

Gea was, understandably, well anchored to  earth. She was so happy that she spent most of her time upside down, because she said, "I see things from here in the right perspective". This natural position for her, but unusual in the eyes of the rest of the world, made it easier for her heart to slip from chest to head. Where long remained. Gea was fine, but the whole planet was interested in the strange case of "the girl with a travelling heart". 'The more people became interested in her, the more shy and reserved she became, unable to distinguish who was her friend sincerely and who was not.

She was visited by all sorts of specialists. The experts unanimously decreed that vital functions were stable, but the heart, in its long journey, was strongly weakened, assuming the consistency of the crystal. To return to his norm she would have had to walk with her feet on the ground, otherwise one day her heart would have carved a hole in her head and she would have slipped away. The interest in Gea grew even more after this news, as did the girl’s discontent. Gea refused to turn her world upside down and was convinced that when people saw her heart flying from her head, they would really love her for what she was and admire her honorable sacrifice.

Gea grew up, became a woman rich in charm and talent and one day, in her splendour, her capricious heart decided to leave. Gea was very frightened but immensely happy. Now everyone would love her. The expulsion of the heart was slow and painful. In those moments Gea would have wished human warmth but, the crowd that normally surrounded it, fled in amazement from so much appearance.

Gea found herself alone, upside down and without a heart.

 

 

Vanessa Longo - Goddess Doris and Goddess  Mazu - Acrylic, pencil, and copper foil on panel
Vanessa Longo - The fearful Agata, with shuted eyes, guided her shadows - Acrylic, pencil and copper foil on panel
Vanessa Longo - The fearful Agata, with shuted eyes, guided her shadows - Acrylic, pencil and copper foil on panel DETAIL
Vanessa LONGO - How and if his wings were broken, Even the angel was not given to know - acrylic and copper foil on panel
Vanessa Longo - Dense, licentious and delightful intimal conversation Jadajina who wants to have straight hair - Acrylic, copper foil on canvas
Vanessa LONGO - Sea that I feared dried, I made mine your red corals - acrylic and copper foil on panel
Vanessa LONGO - I am the caterpillar that will never be like you, I die in your beautiful bitterfly wings - Acrylic and copper foil on panel
Vanessa LONGO - Do you think you can watch whil moking abandon my plumage. Acrylic and copper foil on panel