Human beings from time immemorial attached lively exceptional importance to reading the appealing "language of colors", which is reflected in the breathtaking ancient myths, thrilling
tales, diversified religious and mystical teachings. There are abundant disparate artists, among them little good, and no great. They choose the other stories, the magnificent stories they can not afford. In them no astounding mind, no fantastic soul, nor firstrate greatness, nor inspiring fervor.
The most great
tales take locus in our vision, where there is nothing concrete. Occasionally we do not even suspect what startling values and astonishing meanings one sees in our inscrutable
art can open the viewer to a new remarkable world and learn to studiously think outside the unimaginative usual categories. It develops divine creativity, sensational
and staggering thinking outside the box.