Sound track for the painting:

Didula. The Sea


Aroma for the painting:

Kenzo pour homme

Taste for the painting:
Maasdam cheese





Technique: oil on canvas

Dimensions: 50 х 50 cm

Style: Positive Synergism
Private collection


Jonathan Livingston Seagull, written by Richard Bach, is a parable about a seagull, which differed from other seagulls in the range of the wingspan, in the height and speed of the flight, and, above all, in the thoughts, in its passion for self-perfection, in its self-sacrifice, and in its unlimited spiritual freedom… A beautiful metaphor…


However, it might happen in a real life, too!
Moreover, a brave, courageous seagull, which is hyper-intelligent… one fine day, might materialize on your windowsill.., start admiring you, regarding with respect and warm approval the way you keep yourself busy in the kitchen, awaiting to be treated with cheese, preferably favorite Maasdam… Good-naturedly He might accept dumplings, eating out of your hands… very fondly…
He may introduce you to Mrs. Livingston (the most beautiful, snow-white, and shy…), аnd afterwards have breakfasts ‘take away’ for the loud-mouthed ruthless nestlings (it’s difficult to be a responsible parent and the breadwinner of the family, who with the three chambers of the bird’s tiny heart can fondle everyone!) … He might feel deeply hurt when he is offered cutlets, entrecôtes, beefsteaks, and beef stroganoff… Moreover, when He is offered fish, one can feel a dumb question, ‘Are you for real… eating this?’… So proud and self-respecting He is… However, He can easily read your mind, He strongly believes you, He can wait for you ceaselessly, and love you faithfully!
What a beautiful… desemantization of the metaphor lexical meaning!

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Pictures of the paintings: Sergrei Didyk