It is not just a painting, it is a real-life story
Vera DG presented 3 newest artworks during the Exhibition at the Aisha Alabbar Art Gallery.
The name of each is Aymana, which means Moon. Because she has a round shape face like a moon.
The girl on the picture has a real prototype. She was born in Kazahstan, that’s why she depicted as an Asian type of face in the painting.
She was born without a hand, and her parents abandoned her. She grew up with the help of her grandmother.
That girl got a trauma because parents didn’t want her and she was different from the other kids and needed all the time to use a prosthesis.
She found a strength inside of her, she taught how to underline her uniqueness and became a famous fashion model in Istanbul.
Vera DG met her in July 2019 and got a huge inspiration for the personality of this young woman. Behind the pretty face of Aymana, the artist felt there is a private tragedy, fears, disasters, dreams, and hopes for a better future, also as fight with her past and herself. Cyber Girl is a half-robot and half-bio creature.
That robot part as a black hand is underlining the fact that human beings are alive creatures with their emotions, hopes, and experiences.
We are dreaming about the future of humanity, about a cyborg, robots and cosmo people.
Behind us, nowadays there are a lot of people who are half cyborg, and Aymana inspires them a lot to trust themself, and open talents to show the world beautiful personality.
These pictures are about strong personality, uniqueness and believe in yourself.
“You think of yourself
as a citizen of the universe.
You think you belong
to this world of dust and matter.
Out of this dust
you have created a personal image,
and have forgotten
about the essence of your true origin”Rumi, Hush, Don’t Say Anything to God: Passionate Poems of Rumi
These paintings are currently on display in Dubai until March 15, 2020