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I know you... by chesya
I know you...
Based on Lana Del Rey's take upon the Sleeping Beauty Waltz by Tchaikovsky.
Dance said Tree by chesya
Dance said Tree
Autumn sunlight plays through branches

I can't stand this piece, but it attracts over twice all my other on-line displayed put together - some thoughts if youhave the time before I put it out to pasture.
The Lady in the Camellia

I can still see your unspoken words,
Unheard yet reverberating in
A resonance of sweet harmonious dissonance,
Overtones my eyes recognise as colours
But which my ears fail to comprehend.

And in their watery reflections,
Your eyes also have their music
Transparent and wordless like unvoiced vowels
Silent like the camellia I hold in my hand.

And if I tilt this flower
And you come tumbling out,
Wings ruffled and delicious in your impotent rage
Would you not utter a single admonishing phrase
I gaze upon the flower, this miniature garden
Glorying in nature's flawless imperfections,
And see only the product of a sterile yard,
No faerie, no feminine presence
Nothing more than a garden weed.

Perhaps all this is not music, not poetry,
No garden of words and other intelligible sounds,
No lost language a tiny human being might speak,
Only the end note of the last lark,
Rising on its final evening ascent,
The note not even he can hear nor even knows he's uttered,
The note that neither bids goodbye nor greets in open arms,
But simply says, "You are Alone,"

The cold autumnal night has descended
I am lost. I must find my own way home.

(c) Chesya 2007

Apologies to Dumas, Meredith, cummings, von Eichendorf
Lady in the Camellia
Just the moment of loneliness when you realise that what you imagined real was only fantasy. It's also about whether solace can be derived from the beauty of nature - it can be very lonely beholding the grandeur and wonder of the world around us if there is no-one there - the fairy representing the possibility of there being 'something' there. Despite the sadness this is a good moment to experience.

This can be chagrin d'amour to which people who experience Bipolar can be inordinately vulnerable.
Firstly I would like to say that as far as ethnic origins go, it's simple: we're equal and at the same time different. I made a genetic investigation into my origins to have some fun around my differences. I am British of Nordic appearance, but I know I have plenty of ancestors who come from further afield.

My weirdest discovery is that the two most dramatic positive anomalies in interest in my Artwork according to Google analytics in Belarus and the Northern Caucasus coincide with my mitochondrial DNA 22nd match and largest number of individual matches and 4th closest individual matches (closer than any UK match) respectively. Maybe I need to investigate artwork from these areas. It certainly may show a genetic influence as strong as the cultural. I have found no-one in the UK who produces work like mine.

The other 'discovery is that I am both Roma and Jewish on my mothers side. I always instinctively knew a link between Roma and Sephardi, although my mother's side is mainly Ashkenazim.

Strong mitochondrial matches run from India through Iran and Kurdistan and split into North Africa (Libya) and end in Portugal (8th and 11th match). Another much stronger souche crosses Europe in ends in numerous Western European countries. My 3rd closest match is France and my 1st and 2nd closest matches are in Denmark with the 10th closest match in the Faroes. My only UK match is 5th

My father's side is relatively boring. It is massively centred on Hamburg and North Friesia, and a weak showing in London. Along with the mytochondrial link to Denmark this probably explains my northern appearance despite  a massively southern ancestry. There are also outposts in Krakow, Slovenia (Istria) and the Austrian Tyrol.


United Kingdom
I am dedicated to art as a form of empowerment both to individuals and groups.

Current Residence: Cornwall
Favourite genre of music: Classical
Favourite photographer: Doisneau
Favourite style of art: Surrealism (NB not Dali)
Shell of choice: Marianian Conche
Skin of choice: Human
Favourite cartoon character: Cartman
Personal Quote: Wie soll ich meine Seele halten dass sie nicht an deine ruhrt?



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NekateiSkyblaze Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2015  Student General Artist
Wow. These artworks are phenomenal. 
Accasbel Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2015
Thanks for watching.
mickehill Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2015  Professional
Incredible designs you got here, good job!
bel17b Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Josiah-Black Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2015  Student General Artist
really nice gallery. great style. llama for you!! :) 
CelineDGD Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015

Hellow there random deviant. :) *clicked the random deviant button* Just want to spread the love. :)

You are beautiful and worth it, no matter what people say. <3

Have a hug too. :hug:
Don't be afraid to pass this on if you want. :)

And have a nice day/evening/night. :3

Sincerely, CelineDGD
Happy Helper of the Happy-Squad

Pachiiri Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2015  Student Digital Artist
nice work ya got~
EpicCanines Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful art :D
SamanthaJordaan Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2015   Traditional Artist
Hi :wave: thank you for adding me to your watch :D
JR-Burgos Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2015
colors colors colors.  that's what am talking about....
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