Heart Art Paintings

Art & Design | By Zvafadza Soko, Artist | 31 October 2014

Heart Art came to me in Canada as a method of striving to survive when I found myself at Walmart one night after waking up with a heavy heart, at my wits end. From that night painting has become a part of my life so much so that I moved back to Zimbabwe, the mother land to where I believe it will be most appreciated for what it is – Heart Art. For it is only in Africa that I have seen people live (i.e. laugh and love through hard times) in order to survive. I am grateful for the opportunity that POVO has presented me with – by allowing me to share my Heart’s journey in painting, a journey which saved my spirit. Thanks to the mentoring & photographic skills of Lidys Garcia my paintings can be viewed beautifully by all in their glory.

The Vision: I have committed myself to bringing focus awareness to the art that is natural beauty: nature, natural looks and man-made art. Art in all its forms is heavenly, so heavenly it is included the first line of the Lord’s Prayer.

AS OUR FATHER ARTS IN HEAVEN
~ IT IS ABOUT TIME WE DO as HE WILLS AND ~
“DO ON e-ART-h AS IT IS IN HEAVEN”

The mission of Heart Art is to use art to spread the awareness that we are a major part of nature – not apart from nature. As well as the message of the reality of the presence and the power of synergy through abstract art. To represent real life in abstract art – that can be appreciated subjectively as well as objectively

Window to the Soul

Window to the soul

Here is a close up of the previous Reflections painting’s pupil. If one were to zoom in on the reflected images the above is what they would see in detail. Glimpse into my soul; a joyful and peaceful place to be. Made with acrylic paints

Confusion

Confusion

Half way through this piece the dream I had held for over half a decade fell through. Therefore it expresses the loss of a precious dream; however it also shows the birth of new hopes. Alas, all hope is not lost! Made with acrylics and oil paints.

Reflections

 Reflections by Zvafadza Soko

The red eye was inspired by my left eye. After capturing the image of my left eye, this abstract view was the reflection of home sickness and the anticipation of a joyful return home to my mother; Mrs. G. Soko. Made with acrylic paints.

Nature & Natural Beauty inspire and guide the development of my work. I thank the Lord above for every piece I have ever produced.

 

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