Timur Tsaku

Woman and Haiya Kdusha III

There is something bizarre and magical at the paintings of Timur Tsaku that attracted me. This artist from Uzbekistan started four years ago a series of 14 paintings:

It is a highly personal series and portrays what is most meaningful to him – his daughter, depicted from the ages of 4 to 9, together with the dog embodied and humanized as ‘Haiya Kdusha’, or Holy Being.
All images of Child and Haiya Kdusha are captured in a moment of strong wind against a barren landscape – the Child and the Holy Being – evoking, in some meaning, an essence of defenseless personae.

Many dogs and this little furry fellow too. (via traveling with the ghost)

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