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Series ‘DISAPPEARANCES’ is an endless marine fable. Sirens of the endless seas call for all of us but only the few have the strength to answer the call. The best and the bravest follow their heart only to never return but they are not lost. All of us who have been left behind, we can glimpse them in our dreams or during our last moments at sea. The cradle of all life keeps our best to itself.

Disappearances 17, 2016

 Oil on gesso panel, 48 x 36 x 2 in

Disappearances 17. How to describe a cloud to the blind, or an angry sea to a highlander? What does color White taste like? Maybe like sugar, or salt, or maybe like snow: its irrelevant, nobody cares. But we all know what color Red is: it tastes like blood, it smells like danger, it feels like pain! How do you describe the beauty and the loneliness of an open sea? Why do you hold onto the fading memories of those left ashore, still waving farewells from the safety of routine and boredom? You don’t, you shouldn’t, you never reveal your feelings to the indifferent. If you are an artist, you have nowhere to run, all you can do is hide behind the colors. If you leave enough of yourself in your work, then someday you may be allowed to break the bond, you may win one pass on board of a Flying Dutchman. You will disappear. (Allois and Jörge)

Aurora Collection: Aurora & Kent, 2017


Oil on canvas, 20″ x 16″, framed, private collection of Sheri Oremus

The story  behind the painting:

Aurora & Kent. My name is Aurora, it is my duty is to meet the new day and to greet the Sun. I bring the colors of the Dawn into your dreams so that you start your day with a smile. I chase away your dark thoughts and your nightmares, I am the one who keeps you sane.


“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” ~Jacques Yves Cousteau

Disappearances 3, 2016


 Oil on gesso panel, 16 x 12 in, Private Collection of Hollywood producer, director Joss Whadon. Los Angeles

Disappearances, 2015


Oil on gesso panel, 30″ x 40″, private collection (sold during CASA’s 2017 Wine + Art Charity event, February 25th, 2017) 

The story  behind the painting:

Disappearances 1.  Is there anything left to say about life and death and human condition since William Faulkner? Is there any Light or Sea or Sky left to be painted since William Turner? Yes, all you have to do is open yourself to the Beauty and then Disappear.  (Allois and Jörge)

Disappearances 10, 2015


Oil on gesso panel, 40″ x 30″, Private Collection of Thanasis Bavelis, Chicago

The story  behind the painting:

Disappearances 10.  Is there a wall between Dreams and Reality? How does the everyday existence reflects itself onto the Dream? When exactly do Dreams come to life? What is that moment when our sand castles stop growing out of the dreamscapes, when do our morning stars collide into one blinding Sun? At this fleeting moment we can be whole again.  (Allois and Jörge)



Disappearances 5, 2015


 Oil on gesso panel, 24 x 18 in, Private Collection of  Connie Red, Topanga, CA

Disappearances 6, 2015


 Oil on gesso panel, 24 x 18 in, Private Collection of  Pat & Keith Tomlinson, Topanga, CA

Flying Dutchman is pounded by the waves of Indifference, its sails are torn by the furies of Envy and Agitation. Perseverance is its only strength, Love is its only salvation. Is there anything Flying Dutchman transmits to all of us, so deeply and safely rooted into our never-ending routine?… It does, but transmission goes unnoticed. Only those who set their goals and follow their dreams as if their life depends on it, only selected few who solved the Secret and realized that they are Alive, they get the message. They are invited aboard… (Allois and Jörge)

About the Artist

Allois is an American painter and illustrator, best known for the striking and bizarre images of Aliens in her surrealist work. She illustrated collectible edition of the stories by Edgar Allan Poe and Ray Bradbury "THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER/USHER II," published by Gauntlet Press in 2010.


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