A profound artistic statement

My artistic statement is an exploration of nature and how it intertwines with the world today

Nature is a beautiful and ever-changing phenomenon. And it has been the subject of countless works of art throughout history. Artists get inspired by its wonders. And they try to capture its essence through their work.
It elicits strong emotions in most of us. Be it awe, wonder, or a sense of peace and tranquillity. From the majesty of an old oak tree to the elegance of the woods in autumn, its beauty attracts us. The natural world has the power to touch us on a profound level.

We have a deep connection to nature, which goes beyond our ability to appreciate its beauty. Our relationship with the natural world has evolved over thousands of years. It plays a crucial role in shaping our cultures, beliefs, and values.
Nature can help us relax and escape from the pressures of modern life. It offers a sense of peace and calm that is hard to find elsewhere. And it provides us with a much-needed connection to the world around us.

Our relationship with nature has become more and more disconnected.
Many people live in urban environments and spend most of their time indoors. That led to a growing sense of disconnection. And a loss of the emotional connection that many once had to the natural world.
Yet, there is still hope that I want to express in this artistic statement. By taking time to connect with nature, we can rediscover the emotional power that it holds. Be it a walk in the park, a hike in the woods or looking at my images. There are many ways to reconnect with nature and experience its emotional impact.

Autumn Treasure

My inner self and the natural world

The artistic statement is not only a reflection of nature. I also convey my inner self with this artistic statement. It connects to the natural world, too. Though in a different way.

As an introvert, I have always found comfort in the tranquillity and stillness of nature. That is the exact opposite of the fast-paced and often overwhelming world of people. The natural world provides a unique sense of peace and serenity. It is a place to rest and reconnect with my inner self.

For me, nature is a source of inspiration and self-discovery. As a sceptical person, I have never felt comfortable in social situations. And have felt more at ease in the quiet and peaceful surroundings of the outdoors. Nature has a way of captivating my imagination and filling me with wonder.

The lurking dangers of social media

In today’s digital age, social media is an integral part of our lives. Be it scrolling through our feeds to connecting with friends and family. Social media brings people together and keeps us connected to the world around us.
Though, as our reliance on technology grows, many get disconnected from nature. As I mentioned in this artistic statement, we can still rediscover it and its essence. But we need to get active.
Social media affects our relationship with the natural world. As we spend hours on our devices, we miss the opportunity to explore the outdoors. We lose touch with the world around us and become more isolated.

Greed and narcissism

Social media makes us insecure, too. It is not only obsession with material possessions that people focus on. To fulfil their own desires and self-interest. It is also the endless pursuit of social media likes and followers. We want as many “friends” as possible to heighten our self-esteem.
Social media created a culture of self-promotion and superficiality. People are more concerned with their image and reputation than with their surroundings. They couldn’t care less about the natural world. Nature? Who cares! They focus on themselves and their needs, not on their impact on the environment.
We not only disconnect from the natural world. That I already mentioned in this artistic statement. We also show complete disinterest.

To be continued…

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