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First Wondering



First Wondering is a painting about Ted Felen's birth. He sees it as a beautiful experiance. Sunday, May the 3rd 1931 was beautiful and sunny. It was the first light he ever saw.





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Ozone Puncture



Ozone Puncture is a painting about the question how long men can live on earth like destructive way we sometimes do (e.g. the hole in the ozone layer).





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Final Light



Judgement Day. This painting is about the last few seconds of the life on earth.





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Le Rouge et le Noir



Le Rouge et le Noir (French for the Red and the Black). Just being pretty.





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The Difference Between...



...Ebony and Ivory. A well know isue in music and beyond. Like the keys of the piano and the White and Black people. One can't do without the other.





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Farewell



Farewell is the first painting of the triptych about the death of his mother. Farewell describes the warmth of his mother in the form of a circle which is dissapearing.





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Black Friday



Black Friday is the second painting in the triptych. The warmth of his mother is almost dissapeared, all what rests is an empty blackness.





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Adieu



Adieu is the last pianting in the triptych. The soul (little flame) of his mother is leaving the still warm body.





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Strange Fruit I



Tribute to Billy Holliday. One of the two paintings about the song written by Billy Holliday "Strange Fruit". The true story of this song tells about three black people who had been hanged by members of the ku-klux klan and a burning cross in the background. In this painting Ted Felen put the killing and the ku-klux klan in front.




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Strange Fruit II



Tribute to Billy Holliday. One of the two paintings about the song written by Billy Holliday "Strange Fruit". The true story of this song tells about three black people who had been hanged by members of the ku-klux klan and a burning cross in the background. In this painting Ted Felen put the killed in front and the ku-klux klan in the background.



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Apartheid



Apartheid. The Hatred between the different races.





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Green Emphysema



Men is killing their own lungs. Like smoking but also the cut of the rain forest which provide us with oxigen. This is also a tribute to his father who died due to lung emphysema.



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Let There Be Light...



And Light there was. This is a picture of a glass on glass window made by Ted Felen. It is to be seen in Rotterdam, IJselmonde in The Netherlands. It is about the creation of the World by our Lord.




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