Digital abstract art at Mark Humes Gallery - Tragic last kiss

Slowly I watched the emptiness grow like a moth inside a chrysalis. A force of nature that could not be stopped. As the cocoon cracked so echoed the sound of my breaking heart and with a tragic last kiss the deaths head appeared reminding me that matters of love can be life and death.- Mark Humes, The Book Of Lost Verses: Book 9

"Tragic last kiss." is digital abstract art created by Mark Humes; using a color palette of black, blue, red, orange, yellow and purple. Depicting a man kissing a woman on the cheek overlayed by the silhouette of a deaths head hawk moth featuring cryptic images in the background of a tribal warrior, a rooster and small man standing in the eye of this kissing man.
Artist description: "Tragic last kiss." is digital abstract art created by Mark Humes; using a color palette of black, blue, red, orange, yellow and purple. Depicting a man kissing a woman on the cheek overlayed by the silhouette of a deaths head hawk moth featuring cryptic images in the background of a tribal warrior, a rooster and small man standing in the eye of this kissing man.



As my mind meandered seeking inspiration for my next creative work, my mind drifted into the past and matters of love. 

The power and joy of a union of souls and the crippling pain of having a piece of yourself ripped away. 

The power and joy of a union of souls and the crippling pain of having a piece of yourself ripped away. 

How does such a beautiful thing wither and die?
A parasite takes hold and drains life away. 

A caterpillar on the tree of love feeding on hidden truths, lies, and deceit until it has grown fat on all that was once joyous.

It weaves its cocoon in the heart where it has eaten away a hole and seeing the wound you try to fill the rift with all you have to no avail. 

The light that once existed became dimmer as regular acts become pantomimed until the deaths head emerges.

In that final moment, a tragic last kiss is given.
A spiritual wound that will never heal that through pain has given me the magic to conjure images unseen. 

This work of art will be a feature in my soon to be released book, The Book Of Lost Verses: Book 9 that has a tentative release date of November 2018 and is currently available as a print at Mark Humes Gallery.

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