102. Living on probation.

4 0 0
                                                  

Life offers us a flair of awareness in the breeze of our daily journey and gives a free reign to explore what we are, to experience what we are not and to find out what we may become: a free ride until everything melts down into the indistinct and indefinite, while walking up to the ultimate gate of non-existence.

Some fail to bear in mind that everyone is sentenced to death. Death is a treacherous virus that strikes randomly. The only truth is that nobody is going to make it out alive. We are all living on probation, and our expiry date is indefinite.

Certain social groups, however, are predestined "not to be lucky" in life. People living with Aids are condemned to live on probation, and many have the feeling they are only temporarily released from death. Chemical formulae on the canvas point out the medical researches and the urgent need of a vital remedy. A Red Ribbon appeals to the necessity of international aids solidarity. A prototype of the painting was executed on paper, for Yvon Lambert Gallery, Paris (Art Protects)

 A prototype of the painting was executed on paper, for Yvon Lambert Gallery, Paris (Art Protects)

Oops! This image does not follow our content guidelines. To continue publishing, please remove it or upload a different image.



Life Quotes  and  Paintings of Erik Pevernagie, Belgian painterWhere stories live. Discover now