Architects of a New Dawn

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Brajanne Jacobs
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Brajanne Jacobs's Friends

  • Harish Rajpal
  • Christopher Stewart
  • ha young Hwang
  • Mari
  • 薛文慧
  • Tom Merilahti
  • David Hauser
  • Carlos Santana
  • sushil yadav
  • Dave Bain
  • jb
  • Jesus
  • krasnimeanzred
  • Mr. Mike
  • lucky spirit*

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Impressions of a Magickal Surrealist

Digital Art
Photo Art
Art Prints
Art parties

My interpretations of the magical surrealism have very personal characteristic touches which are difficult to compare with other painters of this discipline. I have the exceptional talent of automatic drawing and writing. These sketches are basis of my work. Each painting has a unique and mysterious presence which speaks strong to the subconscious of the public. My admirers are often surprised of my versatility and my gift to express myself in more disciplines.

August 2002 Sommer event organized by T.S. in Bergen - Germany
October/November 2002 Hermans Design Hasselt, Belgium
March/April 2003 Solo exhibition in Hilton Hotel Brussels
December 2003 NA Galerie Verviers, Belgium
October/November 2004 Gallery Castor and Pollux, Bilzen, Belgium
June 2005 Gallery Proxima Centauri, As, Belgium
Mai 2006 Participant of the Kunst Fietsroute, Genk

And many, many Open Studio days and art parties with other artists from different disciplines on different locations.

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At 5:34pm on April 13, 2010, 薛文慧 said…
nice to meet you.i am a chinese english is not good,thank you for help me!
At 6:49pm on April 3, 2010, jb said…
i am very 'happy' you found EnJoyment in it!:)
& Hope "You" found 'wonder', 'bliss' & 'fulfillment' "Your" Day :)


All Ways find Beauty in the Artistry of Your Soul
At 9:47am on April 3, 2010, Elisabetta Errani Emaldi said…
Wonderful easter weekend for you too!!!

At 2:55pm on April 2, 2010, jb said…

En Joy the most 'wondrous' of Birthdays
May it be Bright & Vivid...
Yet Calm & Soothing to the Soul !:)
Your fried
At 1:06pm on April 2, 2010, Elisabetta Errani Emaldi said…

At 1:28pm on March 24, 2010, Richard Lukens said…
Hi Brajanne... wow thanks for joining and posting such great content... Welcome...

Let me know what you think of the site... we are about to make some great changes and start on phase two...

All the best,

At 1:33pm on March 23, 2010, The Ancient One said…
"Life has cycles. Whatever goes up, comes down, and what falls can rise again. Progress can be slow: We remember, then we forget, then we remember; we take two steps forward, then one step back. No matter how enlightened we become, we still face the realities of daily life.
A lesson on enlightenment may be learned from the following anecdote:
A young man had spent five arduous years searching for truth. One day, as he walked up into the foothills of a great mountain range, he saw an old man approach from above, walking down the path carrying a heavy sack on his back. He sensed that this old man had been to the mountaintop; he had finally found one of the wise-ones who could answer his heart's deepest questions.
"Please, Sir" he asked. "Tell me the meaning of enlightenment."
The old man smiled, and stopped. Then, fixing his gaze on the youth, he slowly swung the heavy burden off his back, laid the sack down and stood up straight.
"Ah, I understand," the young man replied. "But, Sir, what comes after enlightenment?"
The old man took a deep breath, then swung the heavy sack over his shoulders and continued on his way.
Socrates (character in the story) once told me, "A flash of enlightenment offers a preview of coming attractions, but when it fades, you will see more clearly what separates you from that state-your compulsive habits, outmoded beliefs, false associations and other mental structures." Just when our lives are starting to get better, we may feel like things are getting worse because for the first time we see clearly what needs to be done.
"After illumination," Socrates continued, "difficulties continue to arise; what changes is your relationship to them. You see more and resist less. You gain the capacity to turn your problems into lessons and your lessons into wisdom."

- Dan Millman, No Ordinary Moments




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