Relative freedom by Gyuri Lohmuller
49 comments
Wow Gyuri, I adore this 1, amazing surrealism amazing colours. ******
Cheers Lynnie:))
over 3 years ago
Fantastic symbolic painting,your gallery consist of brilliant artworks.Love your style.Much appreciate viewing via your gallery.
All the best.
over 3 years
Hvala lepo .
over 3 years
i am always in such awe looking at your paintings...here you take on crystals and prisms...so hard to do and yet you make it look so easy and smoothe to do.
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your skills are just so inspiring.
over 2 years
Your work is fantastic. I can't say enough about it.
over 2 years
thank you very much .
over 2 years
Very random but beautiful bit of work. Love the colours and details in this!
over 2 years
superb fantasy Gyuri . i love these striking crystals. -love it!
over 2 years
Wow! This is a beautiful painting with great imagination.
Regards Sue
over 2 years
But now we see as through a glass darkly. We have the freedom to see the wonder of creation, all that is in the sea, on land & in the sky. we see that life dies & decays & passes away. Our eyes are veiled & there are boundaries to what we can 7 cannot do, what we can & cannot know but when we walk, just as we are, without fear without pretence before God & humbly ask forgiveness His Holy Spirit will carry us & propel us towards the light, the truth & the real freedom in life & in eternity. We CAN travel to a distant shore we have not known before, in this life & the next. Hallelujah. Sorry for carrying on so but these are such important works, I treasure every moment Bless you Lesley UK
over 2 years
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Gyuri Lohmuller"If I ever make a good painting, I will be excused for being a painter." (Gyuri Lohmuller). Self-educated painter, having exhibitions in Austria, Germany, France and Hungary, is willing to share his inner world. His paintings reflect his deepest emotions. "The emotion", he says, "is Art."
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