Saturday, 30 May 2015

The Made Dream of Freedom :)

Artworks by Khatia Shiuka

She is me and I am you, all of you...
K. Shiuka 

Made Dream of Freedom :)   

Thursday, 28 May 2015

Paul McCartney In Home, LIverpool, England,UK

Paul McCartney In Home, LIverpool , England, Macca brings his ‪Out There‬ tour home to Echo Arena Liverpool tonight!
Paul McCartney at Echo Arena Liverpool, by Khatia Shiuka

I recorded few videos and I will upload video here, later, just for you.... :))

Allen Ginsberg and Paul McCartney playing "A Ballad of American Skeletons"

Paul McCartney - My Valentine

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Abstract Art, part -2, by Khatia Shiuka

My Digital Abstract Artworks
 Based My Own Photography
Khatia Shiuka  

Photography,(Lines) by Khatia Shiuka

Photos by Khatia Shiuka

Monday, 25 May 2015

My Photography - Natural Lines - 1

My Photography - The Tree Lines
Natural Lines
          By Khatia Shiuka

Sunday, 24 May 2015

Digital Art , by Khatia Shiuka

Digital Artworks, Based My Own Photography
                      Khatia Shiuka

The Sun is a father of democracy. Sun cares no skin color, no age, no race, no religion. Only sun treats you equal. The sun is my god. 
I love sunshine! ( K. Shiuka) 

Photo?  - She is me and I'm you, all of you.
Khatia Shiuka

I Love Nietzsche :))

She/He who delights in solitude is either a wild beast or a god.
Friedrich Nietzsche

( Part 2;  How I made artworks?:).. I will write more text about;;; read more;
The Human Rights Act

The Human Rights Act protects your basic human rights regardless of your gender, religion or background and ensures that everyone is treated equally and fairly.
Here’s a list of the rights that the Act gives us access to. How can we oppose these?
*the right to life;
* the prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment;
* the prohibition of slavery and forced labour;
* the right to liberty and security of the person;
* the right to a fair trial;
* prohibition of punishment without law;
* the right to respect for private and family life;
* the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion;
* the right to freedom of expression;
* the right to freedom of assembly and association;
* the right for men and women to marry and found a family;
* the right to peaceful enjoyment of personal property;
* the right to education;
* the right to free elections;
* and the prohibition of discrimination.

Making Sense of Human Rights ( Read more, learn More )

I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.
S.G. Tallentyre (Evelyn Beatrice Hall)

Saturday, 23 May 2015

'The Dictator Is Coming'

 European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker had a scathing welcome for Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban at the Eastern Partnership summit in Riga, Latvia on Friday, May 22.  Juncker jokingly called Hungary's  PM  a "dictator" upon his arrival for a European Union summit.
When Orban approached, Juncker said "the dictator is coming," prompting a nervous laugh from Latvian Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma.

Juncker greeted Orban with “Hello, dictator” and slapped him on the right cheek.
The barb, made in front of the press at the Latvian summit, came amid growing unease over the policies of Orban’s rightwing government, which has carried out constitutional changes and brought more authoritarian rule, crackdown on civic groups and efforts to build an "illiberal state" taking cues from authoritarian regimes like Russia and China, critics says.
Juncker was clearly in a more light-hearted mood. He also ribbed Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras for not wearing a tie.
 European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban

   'Hello, dictator’: Jean-Claude Juncker  jokes with Viktor Orban.