Heartless vs. Hearts
The 3rd Team Reveal Project
"Heartless vs Hearts" is a collaborative project between our Team Reveal and Artists 4 a Heart group which was founded to help people by selling some of our works with the purpose of donating the money in order to help some people in need.  

This 3rd Team Reveal Project set as purpose to let each of the participating artists to express their own views  and feelings related to the opposing ideas described by "Heartless" and  "Hearts"... it's like trying to see in which way the contrast proposed by the theme "Heartless vs. Hearts" reveals in each work  of the artists involved, reuniting to complete  this project I personally am very proud and glad to be able to present to you. 
Giving special thanks to John Hawkins for offering this opportunity to me and to all of the team members involved and  supporting me in making this happen.

Theodora

The countries having participants to this project are: United Kingdom, Denmark, USA, Japan, Germany, Italy, Romania, Russian Federation, Mexico, The People's Republic of Bangladesh.

Here we are,  showing our commonly shared participating works for this project: 

1. Team Reveal & Artists 4 a Heart video presentation:







2. The presentation of the works of Artists 4 a Heart participating members:



& here is Team Reveal's works detailed presentation:
Artist: John Hawkins

Title: Heart vs. Heartless 
Description : The light of love...breaking through...flowering in the darkness.
Tools : Digital Camera,Photoshop,Wacom Intuos

Artist: Ash Marnich

Title: "Heartless... Hearts...
              Hearts... Heartless..."


Description: I choose the apple tree to illustrate the idea of “having heart” because it holds a symbolism of giving in many cultures. It’s been a symbol of creativity, creation, virtue and an emblem of art and poetry. In the season that it blossoms, the apple tree is associated with fertility and plentiful bounty. The famine form is used to emphasize the idea of the trees nurturing qualities and sits in a meditative lotus pose to display oneness inside as well as unity with the exterior world.
The reverse image illustrates the idea of “being heartless” and the opposite qualities of “having heart”. This tree is dead and detached from the exterior world because it has ceased to give and retreated inward. Its branches are fruitless and selfishly curl up, unwilling to reach out and share its bounty.
The cycles of nature can be a wonderful teacher. Where there is life there is death, darkness yields light, and giving opens up to receiving.  
Artist: Barbara Monacelli

TITLE:  Born behind the wall (refugee series) 
Technique: mixed media on canvas 
Dimensions: 20x20 cm
Artist: Caroline B Scheibel

Title:"Emmanuel hearts"

Artist: Hamid Sepahzad

Title: The Stranger in the Mirror
Artist: Елена Мазина (Elena Mazina)

Untitled work

Artist: Teodora Oniceanu

Title: Decisions Pie

A Heart and two hollows 
two stones, endless flowers
of a life that senses all our love
...to offer...
                        not all at once.
Across forever and more
the infinite strikes,
this infinite care for the skies 
                          pipelines going up!
...  drawing pies... 
for the flies to keep.
They fight! You don't know!
So careless and carefree you move
towards the innocent flaws.
Forever ... plus... plus...
breaking down
those who cry loud their disillusion!
Progressively spiralling 
across this shimmering flight...
                                     Goodnight!


          - flawlessly good - 

His whispers are cold but comforting now.
He couldn't care less!
and couldn't love more 
the nothingness of the empty hole in all of his hearts.

           - fly through -

Her eyes seek true love
       and warmth of the souls
      that didn't forget how to breathe...
True love is their air
So pure and so cold,
now too warm, then too hot...
burning it all for the flawless start
                                of a new heart!

So complete
full of cinders that diamonds awake!
          So they shine
As two opposites of the same piece of sky
fleeting night.
- will you find a train that will fight for you later? - 
So they look and reflect back 
Our world!

How did they get there though? 
This is one question I might have cried for.
Is it for us to decide who lives and who dies ? 
maybe still not... quite so indifferent after all!
                                - ? - 
Soon changing positions
Who's empty and who's seeking for hearts now? 
Who'll leave with no heart and who will find the one? 
                    - which side? - 
it is up for us to decide...
sounds good
always better! 
                                                                   the Hmm!

                     - Who? -



Artist: Skin Soul

Title: "The White Owl's Enchanted Visit"

My Deep Biophilia
Our secret language
Skin Soul
Artist: Fury Lotus

Tittle: Struggle
Artist: Mariam Aghajanyan
 
Untitled work
Artist: Purple Snow

Title: “Hope, Kindness and Generosity ” 
Description:  “If you are someone who still carries hope in your heart, kindness in your eyes and generosity in your fingertips despite terrible people happening to you, thank you. You are one of the few truly pure things left in this world, and you deserve to be protected.” By Nikita Gill                                                                                                       
Technique: Abstract, Acrylic Painting On Canvas
 Finish: Permanent, professional grade,non-yellowing satin varnish
 Size: 50 x 50

Artist: inheritMe
Title: Caught myself, Catching myself
We breathe.
We live.
We win.
We lose.
We strive.
We seek.
We leave. 
We choose.
We take.
We break.
We hold.
We use.
We see
them die.
Yet scrool
and snooze.
We like
to push
the truth
away,
and say
that help
is on
the way.
Claim that
we are
love
and gold,
while the leaders
smile
and scream
"behold".
We are
in fact
new age
spectators.
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