Oil & Acrylic, brush & airbrush on Canvas I'm thankful for the opportunity that I could photograph Pál Sándor director working on his movie: Vándorszínészek. Using the time when actors were not on set, I gave the artists some extra job of posing to my camera.
At the Lake 1
Acrylic, airbrush on Clayboard
The First Thought
Oil & acrilyc painting with brush & airbrush & oil glaze Apple. It's been written that apple was a forbidden fruit, the knowledge, the way to think. Being lost among translations of the original text some says that apple is a collective name for fruits or any goods. The word may even meant to mean "a good thing" what's forgiven- not even a fruit. Just like that, the snake may originally meant to be : who's offering the forgiven - maybe the evil himself. So here we have Eva who's just had all the apple (not just a bite) and being debilitated by the first thoughts she's having. She doesn't belong to earth yet as her body is floating in Paradise by also being pulled by gravity as lost full control of herself... The snake to mean the one who helps from an other world is coming in the scene from the top, but also means to be the forgiven desire itself, that's why it's integrating the tree at a root, gently helping Eva to hold her body, that's gaining weight of thinking ... the Sun dropped down to take cover - all is getting dark and empty for giving space for a new world, for a new life, a new conscious.