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Modern Art Accept The Past

Image data

Title: Accept the past
Art direction: abstract modern art
Work Number:
Technique: acrylic on canvas
Processing: work on stretcher, can be hung directly
Dimensions (WxH): 31,00 x 24,00 cm
Date of origin: December 2021
Place of origin: Berne, Switzerland
Current location: Berne, Switzerland

Image description

The acrylic painting titled “Accept the Past” features two female faces positioned one behind the other, rendered in the same modern art style as “Inner Child” and “Finding Myself.” The two faces are presented in a harmonious blend of warm and cool colors that complement each other perfectly.

The face in the foreground appears somber and reflective, with shades of blue and gray dominating the palette. Meanwhile, the face in the background is painted in warmer hues, with oranges, pinks, and yellows evoking a sense of hope and optimism. The title of the painting, “Accept the Past,” suggests that the artist is exploring the theme of coming to terms with one’s personal history. The two faces seem to be looking at each other with a sense of understanding and compassion, as if acknowledging the challenges and triumphs of their shared journey.

Overall, “Accept the Past” is a powerful work of art that invites the viewer to reflect on the importance of self-acceptance and forgiveness. The harmonious blend of colors and the serene expressions of the faces create a sense of peace and reconciliation, underscoring the message of the painting that embracing the past can lead to a brighter future.

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Art exhibitions and art collections

The artwork fits thematically and chronologically with the following art exhibitions and art collections.

Year 2021

This collection of paintings and drawings captures the essence of the year 2021, with its triumphs and challenges. Each piece tells a unique story of hope, resilience, and perseverance, highlighting the beauty and strength that emerged from difficult times. The collection features a variety of styles and mediums, from vibrant acrylics to delicate watercolors and detailed ink drawings. The common thread that ties them all together is the powerful emotions and experiences they convey, from the joy of reconnection to the sadness of loss, from the determination to keep going to the uncertainty of the future. These works of art serve as a reminder that even in the midst of adversity, there is always hope and beauty to be found. They inspire us to keep pushing forward and to never give up, no matter what obstacles may come our way.


The collection of paintings and drawings focuses on human subjects, portraying their emotions and actions in different situations. The artist’s use of colors and lines creates a sense of depth and movement, capturing the essence of the human experience. From moments of joy to moments of sorrow, the collection invites the viewer to contemplate the complexities of human life. Through the artist’s unique style and perspective, each piece in the collection tells a story, creating a powerful and thought-provoking body of work.

More drawings and images

This series of paintings explores a range of themes related to personal growth and reflection. The collection includes works that delve into the experiences of pain, childhood, self-discovery, past memories, recreation, trauma, and self-love. Each painting is crafted with vibrant colors and expressive brushstrokes that convey a sense of emotion and depth. Taken together, this series of paintings offers a powerful meditation on the human experience, inviting the viewer to explore their own emotions and personal journey of growth and self-discovery.