067 "Cosmic Admiral"
Cosmic Admiral Full Image
x 36" / Oil on Canvas
by John WorldPeace
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A partial interpretation from the artist's transient perspective
An advanced human race is attempting to seed other planets
with life. When a planet within the realm of these human
beings is ready, a starship is sent out to seed the planet
with life forms, thereby significantly advancing its evolution
and preparing the planet for future habitation.
The blue background signifies the universe. The rainbow
colored lines within the elliptical ring represent the
DNA onboard the starship. This DNA will be disbursed onto
the planets listed on the orders for this specific admiral
and her starship.
The dragon represents the race of human beings who are
seeding the planets. It is also the symbolic protector
of the DNA. The dragon is not a god of this race of human
beings, but the symbol of a dragon represents their eternal,
everlasting God. This is the One God, infinite, immortal
and all-inclusive, who is worshipped by all humans in
the physical universe.
The female admiral has been in many wars and has lost
her right breast. She has a battle scar on her left cheek.
She stands proudly, not trying to hide either scar, which
to her are evidence of her worth. She feels empowered
because she has survived when others before her have not.
She does not feel that she is less of a woman because
she has been maimed. Many human beings, if not all human
beings, are scarred by life. Scars, both physical and
mental, are often internal and are not obvious to the
rest of the world.
At the center of the helm is the WorldPeace Insignia.
The mission of the admiral is guided by peace.
The WorldPeace Insignia is also the way that I, John WorldPeace,
now sign my paintings.
September 23, 2010