Saturday, September 22, 2012

Amor Mundi and Pixel Chemist

Amor Mundi
Sunset Hill,  2005, Digital Art, Pixel Chemist
“Oh where are you going with your love-locks flowing
   On the west wind blowing along this valley track?”   
“The downhill path is easy, 
Come with me an it please ye,
We shall escape the uphill by never turning back.”

So they two went together 
in glowing August weather,   
   The honey-breathing heather 
lay to their left and right;
 And dear she was to dote on, 
   her swift feet seemed to float on the air like 
soft twin pigeons too sportive to alight.

“Oh what is that in heaven where 
gray cloud-flakes are seven,   
   Where blackest clouds hang 
riven just at the rainy skirt?”   
“Oh that’s a meteor sent us, 
a message dumb, portentous,   
   An undeciphered solemn signal of help or hurt.”
Sacrificial Lamb, 2012, Pixel Chemist

“Oh what is that glides quickly where 
velvet flowers grow thickly,   
   Their scent comes rich and sickly?”
—“A scaled and hooded worm.”
“Oh what’s that in the hollow, 
so pale I quake to follow?”   
   “Oh that’s a thin dead body 
which waits the eternal term.”

“Turn again, O my sweetest,
—turn again, false and fleetest:   
   This beaten way thou beatest 
I fear is hell’s own track.”

“Nay, too steep for hill-mounting; 
nay, too late for cost-counting:
   This downhill path is easy, 
but there’s no turning back.”

Dreaming Away the Clouds, 2006, Pixel Chemist


All artwork is by Pixel Chemist (Brian Rollason) and is digital artwork.  You can find Pixel's Facebook Page under "thepixelchemist" and you can find him on deviantArt at  

Pixel and I became FB friends a while ago as I fell in love with his work! I love the progression throughout his work where he utilizes past forms and shapes of his early artwork (which are often quite organic looking) into his new art work.  Pixel is an artist to continue watching as he continues to evolve and grow.... 

In the mean time, here are some more of my personal favorites.... Enjoy!

Mask of Deception, 2012, Digital Art, Pixel Chemist

Hobson's Paradox, 2007, Photoshop Digital Art, Pixel Chemist

Consumed by Chaos, 2012, Digital Art, Pixel Chemist

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