When we sleep, nature takes on a life of its own. Somewhere far away, in the night sky, mysterious gates open that illuminate our earth.
Two points in the sky create a three-dimensional space around, connecting this world with the universe. When this painting was already ready and dried up, the little fly landed on it and could no longer fly away. Nobody could help her. She died. This was her destiny. After that I drew an orange dot and then black dot for contrast. Thus, a very small fly influenced and changed the meaning of this painting. Probably man can also influence the universe.
When I painted the image of Dalida, I didn’t like my work, and I erased this image on the left side of the picture with a palette knife. But in the end, the refined figure of Dalida and her face in profile became visible.
The painting also shows dancing figures and a tree ..
Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti (Italian: [joˈlanda kriˈstiːna dʒiʎˈʎɔtti]; 17 January 1933 – 3 May 1987), professionally known as Dalida (Egyptian Arabic: داليدا) was a French vocalist and actress, born in Cairo, Egypt, to Italian parents. She won the Miss Egypt beauty contest in 1954 and began a 30-year singing career in 1956, selling 140 million albums and singles worldwide. She committed suicide in 1987. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalida