Nowhere I go,
Nowhere I need to be
To understand that a broken bicycle
Is chained by fear of finding who I want to be.
My life has been a huge roller coster ride for several years now. I have gone up, I have gone down. During that inimitable voyage, I lost myself in my own life: “Why these things happened to me? How do I heal my scars? How to forget the past? Am I going in the right direction?”. All these questions and many more were popping in my head like “brilliant” ideas. Except, they were actually awful.
During this emotional period, I have been searching for something that could help me heal and I found the passion for photography, love for everyday environment and lacking answers in colors…
“Harmony in Colors” project was supposed to look different when I first thought about it but artistic serendipity came to play and I cannot be any happier about how everything worked out. I do believe that we meet the right people at the right time in our lives and Kasparas was one of them. We are both young artists with bright and optimistic ideas which we hope can make people around the world appreciate what they have instead of chasing the unknown.
I and Kasparas did not think about collaborating at first but when we got to know each other, we saw that we have quite similar ideas which we can relate to. Both of us have degrees in business but felt the need to do something different with our lives and dedicate it to creative arts – I expressed myself through photography and he writes poems while travelling around the world. We stopped pretending to be what everyone else might have wanted us to be and quit our jobs to pursue the actual dreams. That is when fate brought our arts together and “Harmony in Colors” project took its final form.
Many artists don’t like collaborations as they feel that they are the only ones who can translate ideas in a proper way. We want to show that it is not true and that people should not be afraid to trust each other and let others help them to complete the bigger picture. We think that each fine art print would still be fine without poems attached to it and vice versa, but why settle with fine when we can shoot for meaningful?
To read more about “Harmony in Colors” project, click here : About the Project.
“Just keep breathing. Trust the moment. At the end it all works out just fine.”