This painting is actually showing some human figures trying to climb on a rope towards the sky. For instance, the blue color on the top represents the sky. In addition, these figures are supposed to be humans who climb their way to the sky metaphorically in the meaning that they try to get better and better. What’s more, there is no limit in self improvement and knowledge and they say sky is the limit. When you try to reach your sky, and become someone better (whatever that might mean to you) you should be prepared for a hard fight. In conclusion, you will have to go through difficult times, reach your limits and fight with the demons of your thoughts and fears.
These black figures of the painting are climbing towards the sky but before they get there they are supposed to go through a blood storm (which is the red part of the painting and represents the difficulties that our mind and body will go through during the initial stage of this effort) and then they will face a big monster (painted with black color in the yellow part, representing the second stage which has to do with facing the demons of your mind and getting over your fears once and for all). When you try to reach your sky and become a better person for you and for the others to be sure you can’t bribe the way, you have to do it on your own, go through ‘’suffering’’ to feel the profit of such a great prize.
There are two ways to live your life. One is to surrender, lay back, relax, do the necessary, don’t try hard and just let life bring things to you. However, the other way is to grab the rope and start climbing. Trying to reach your sky. But before you do that, be sure it’s not going to be easy. First, you’ll go through blood storms and then you’ll face your monsters before you get there. They say the sky is the limit, so I guess you have to reach your limits to reach your sky. There is no other way and there never was.
Title: You can’t bribe the door on your way to the sky.
Dimensions: 214cm x 70cm
Year of creation: 2017
Medium: plastic and acrylic colors on canvas.
Acrylic coating protection for UV light has been applied.
The signature label on the certification box is a dental amalgam inlay in wood.
Certification documents are printed out in Hahnemühle fine art paper 100% cotton 310gsm and wax sealed.
Custom handmade leather case for authentication documents.
Certification box dimensions and weight: 42cm x 52cm x 8cm / 5kg