A Good Place To Hide

“A Good Place to Hide” - oil on canvas, 100x80cm

After the storm breaks, consumes and finally ends, a state of serenity takes its space. Phenomenology would describe the way I, the individual, experience the falling to grace just as violent as falling from grace. But describing floating as opposed to falling, we couldn’t use no direction, only the sensation and the anticipation of a possible dangerous falling. That’s where faith intervenes and turns upside down all meanings, serenity becomes dangerous, falling becomes freedom.