What is Feelimn?

Feelimn is a gallery for the artists and patrons.

Exhibit your art in Feelimn. We give everyone the chance to contribute to the priceless value of an artist’s work by becoming a patron of the arts. Become a patron of the artworks that you love. The value will never vanish away in the sands of time like tears and blushes never flow away from memory.

When defining art, we acknowledge its dynamic role in everyone and the world. As audiences can only decide whether to accept the art or not, we strive to build a healthy environment for their recognition as well as to value art, and encourage art making. There is nothing but truthful reaction. Every new piece of art enlarges our reality. Furthermore, it allows us to explore the essential role in how we understand our humanity when we appreciate on the artworks within their own contexts. We suggest that you imagine the moments that secretly and strongly affect you and your world.

Paintings are fragments of our forgotten dreams. In the middle of our ongoing life, endless moments exist. What please you is the moments with people. It is the look on their faces. It stays with you forever. As facial expression is a universal language, we believe that everyone gets involved in this art together. Emotional expressions have many different names, but they are simply other names for joy, sadness, anger, fear, disgust, and surprise. Human figures in action, convey emotions of continuing concern, containing timeless truths and timeless aspects of the human condition. Overflowing feelings in your heart fill the time violently and painfully.

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5 thoughts on “What is Feelimn?

  1. Art, there is always something new to discover, a different perspective, art has a unique healing quality and may be what saves us from all that seeks to destroy. Art is the real history of humanity.

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