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Art Competition Gallery
Welcome to the To Infinity and Beyond gallery! This live gallery displays all entries that have been entered in Palliative Care Australia’s Art Competition in 2019. You can search by Artist name or Medium.
Memories is an artwork dedicated to someone close to my heart...who died young.She loved flowers...especially poppies and jasmine...whenever I am in a flower field I think of her . About the artwork Digital Painting with spen on galaxy note with application autodesk sketchbook #aristina.z #originalart
This large super bright textured abstract landscape filled with happy playful creatures (including a few native animals and a few nocturnal ones) provides companionship, comfort, memories, curiosity, intrigue and warmth to the viewer throughout the day and the night. I have spotted a cat, possum, penguin, emu, dolphin and owl in the painting. They seemed to appear out of nowhere as I was painting. Can you see anymore?
By Jessica Barnden (JazCan)
From hardship comes growth.
Long associated with the sun and it’s life- giving warmth yellow rose is the age- old spikes - colour for warm feelings of friendship and optimism. The colour yellow in the rose represents joy, wisdom, power, warm feelings, friendship, optimism,joy, wisdom and power.
The eye has a tear which represents sad times (palliative)
The art work has no nose which symbol of not smelling the roses in life
The ageing hand with the ring represents wealth of life.
Rapidly emerging developments in the mind and brain sciences, along with the merger of info tech and biotechnology will reinvent our current concepts of death and dying.
We will comprehend there is much more to a human being than just an identity shaped by religious, cultural, family and environmental conditioning.
Epigenetics will enable people to view themselves beyond being a random or predetermined collection of hormones, chemicals and neurotransmitters.
An extraordinary fact. The human body is comprised of nearly all the same elements that once made up a star. We are all actually part of the galaxies and infinite universe.
By Annis Woods
Being given a terminal cancer diagnosis 6 years ago changed my life. I had a huge surgery and chemo. I had a strong urge , if I was going to die, I wanted to leave something behind for my family to remember me by. I took up painting the ocean and haven't looked back. The ocean is unstoppable just like me. I was given 6 months to live. That has turned into 6 years and I'm still cancer free. I now look to infinity and beyond!