FINE ARTS

BahARTS

My professional art journey started, when I studied (BA) Fine Arts Degree, for four years, I was a student at Eskisehir Anatolia University, in the Faculty of Fine Art, Department of Painting in Turkey.  Having successfully completed the course.

I love all aspects of art and design – drawing; painting; interior design; fashion design.  I cannot imagine living without art and design.  I like employing techniques and forms which have not been used before, and I love the challenge of creating my own style.  My aim in exploring such techniques is to present objects in a way which transcends time,
I know my artistic eyes could not stop gazing and finding creative inspiration.  It is also important that an artist learns and constantly improves his or her knowledge by creating an individual style, which I believe I have.  Wherever I do, what I do, I will always be an observer, which is a key factor in art and design.

“In Fire”
Undoubtedly, control of fire by early humans was a turning point in the cultural aspect of human evolution, but fire that cannot be controlled by modern humans will be the failure aspect of future human evolution.
“Ateşin içinde”
Kuşkusuz, erken insanlar tarafından ateşin kontrolü, insan evriminin kültürel boyutunda bir dönüm noktasıydı, ancak modern insanlar tarafından kontrol edilemeyen ateş, gelecekteki insan evriminin başarısızlık yönü olacaktır.
Bahar Murphy
I would like to dedicate this drawing to Elazığ Earthquake in Turkey and any living creatures who affected from natural disaster globally.
“Proud Culture and Rotten Settlements of The Civilizations”
Bu çizimi Türkiye’deki Elazığ Depremi’ne ve dünya çapında doğal afetten etkilenen canlılara ithaf etmek istiyorum.
“Gururlu Kültür ve Medeniyetlerin Çürümüş Yerleşimleri”
Drawing by Bahar Murphy
To my beautiful sister @sirinmyles ” So many ways to out – Çıkmak için pek çok yol var ” 90cm x 90cm, Collage – mix technic on canvas by Bahar Murphy
“Persons, who knows that, that they will not be able to rest along the way when they took a path, will never get tired.
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk”
” Multiple Possibilities – Çoklu Olasılıklar ” 30cmx40cm, Collage on canvas by Bahar Murphy
I encourage chaos. Creating is a process of making order out of chaos.
” Chaos ” 22cmx42cm, mix technic
”I learned about flying”
”Rhythm of the City”
”Here I am”
“Kingdom of Heaven”
“RUINS” 80cm x 30cm, Collage on Canvas by Bahar Murphy
“A friend took me to the most amazing place the other day. It’s called the Augusteum. Octavian Augustus built it to house his remains. When the barbarians came they trashed it a long with everything else. The great Augustus, Rome’s first true great emperor. How could he have imagined that Rome, the whole world as far as he was concerned, would be in ruins. It’s one of the quietest, loneliest places in Rome. The city has grown up around it over the centuries. It feels like a precious wound, a heartbreak you won’t let go of because it hurts too good. We all want things to stay the same. Settle for living in misery because we’re afraid of change, of things crumbling to ruins. Then I looked at around to this place, at the chaos it has endured – the way it has been adapted, burned, pillaged and found a way to build itself back up again. And I was reassured, maybe my life hasn’t been so chaotic, it’s just the world that is, and the real trap is getting attached to any of it. Ruin is a gift. Ruin is the road to transformation.”
Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love
“Birth”
“Stop! Just Wait” Collage by Bahar Murphy
” A Celebration of The Midnight ”
“Light from Darkness”
Collage, 42cm x 30cm 
“One upon a time in very remote lands, in a small quiet town, with the first light of the morning, the wind carrying the charm of the wish, the bird chirping in the garden, the little bell of the cottage with cat purr and said “be” and the existence of nothingness began to exist “
“Çok uzak diyarlarda, küçük sessiz bir kasabada, sabahın ilk ışıklarıyla, dileğenin büyüsünü taşıyan rüzgar, eserek bahçesinde kuş cıvıltıları, kedi mırmırı olan kulubenin küçük çanını dile getirip “ol” demiş ve yokmuşluktan var oluş başlamış. “