Hope, Part II: The Making of a World
The world is reshaping every day, and it will never be the same after 2020. As we delve deeper into this new life post-crisis, a lot of things are happening that make us want to give up hope but how much did “normal” ever serve anyone well? New solutions for our problems might just come from all the time left on earth where there are so many opportunities still open for people like me who yearn to succeed in their passions.
The word hope is a powerful one. It can be used to describe anything from an emotion, a feeling of anticipation or longing for something in the future, or even as a verb meaning to wish for something with great desire. The making of this world was wrought with hope and without it we would have never been able to get through. Yet, every day people lose their sense of hope when they experience any number of tragedies that life has handed them. I will show you how art can help restore your sense of hope and provide you with strength during difficult times by exploring some pieces that are particularly hopeful.
Cryptocurrencies and the environment are two areas that have been neglected by many, but not through ignorance. Cryptocurrency is a digital currency that uses encryption techniques to generate new units of money and verify transactions as well as control its creation whilst dealing with environmental issues such as pollution due to people mining for Bitcoin on their home computers or in power-hungry factories. This art piece seeks out what these interconnected problems could mean for future generations who will be left to deal with this mess if things continue as they do now.
Cryptocurrency has become an ever-present part of our lives – constantly connecting us all together despite geographical barriers between countries; however, the same can’t be said about its connection with one integral aspect: the environment.
The artwork “Orchid Symphony” impresses with its soft violet and yellow-orange hues, the feeling of a flower blooming in space. It’s an outstanding example of how light can alter one’s perspective on what was once only dark greys into something much more colorful . The work’s delicate shades serve as an accurate representation of what life might be like after a crisis; blossoms can grow again, but they’ll never forget how much has been lost.
“Red Sea” is an artwork like a fever dream, the colours glow in the blackness of the background, the blue of the night confusing your mind. It might be too dark to really see but you get the hot blossoms of darkness swimming in your perception. “The colors explode in the darkness like flowers growing from black soil and are too mesmerizing to look away for long. This is almost a shape-shifting work of art that will confuse the viewer’s mind with its colors, and leave them in awe.
The artwork “Royal Blood” weaves themes of mortality and material goods. It is a common belief that the world we live in revolves around acquiring material goods. We are constantly striving for more and better things to make our lives easier, but what does all this matter when you’re dead? When you build your empire on the backs of others, eventually it will collapse. You might be a Queen or King with Diamonds and Rings but that doesn’t mean anything if everyone else is impoverished.