15+ Sculptures That Are therefore Artistic, They Deserve An Award

Dark Ghost, Klaipeda, Lithuania

No less unnerving than a blood and gore flick.

Void, Lake Geneva, Switzerland

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I thought it was a Bruno Catalano but the sculptor is actually Albert Gyorgy, an artist from Transylvania. The sculpture, I found when checking this fact, is called Melancholie. Thanks for the correction @septimmia I got the picture off Twitter. It made so much sense to me when I first saw it. Grief, loss, sense of self punctured, and the bowed head, helpless. It made a lot of sense and I thought I'd share it. . Life is tough. Gratitude is important, yes, but sometimes if you don't have the courage, or the strength to feel anything else but that enormous grief you carry within you, it's okay. . Sometimes you have to accept that this is where you are right now. This gaping hole won't be here forever, because nothing lasts forever. One day you will be whole again, and you will feel gratitude for that and all the other things. But not today. Today, you accept the imbalance, the breakage, wreckage, the storms that have long died but have left the debris behind. . Weave a caccoon. Lie low. Go through the paces. Nothing lasts forever. This too shall pass. . . #sufiwisdom #positivity #acceptance #gratitude #pain #loss #grief #hope #humancondition #sufi #courage #strength #brunocatalano #life #art #writerslife #read #readersofinstagram #reader #readerforlife #readersofig #bookstagrammers #bloggers #bookclub #fiction #writer #feminist #pakistani #pakdiary #pakistaniwriters

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The statue may delineate despondency, yet the workmanship depicting it is entrancing.

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