writing with light: iphotoimpressionism

The blog  double up as a portfolio of painterly photographs from the series that I call iphotoimpressionism.  Essentially these are photos of watercolor and pen and ink and watercolor washes.  As an evolving artist, I try not to get caught in the right or wrong-ness of a piece.  In a sense everything that I do is abstract. *  Art and creativity are among the finest example that we have of sublimation.  Art performed as a spiritual exercise is mediative, it is mind calming and it stretches all that we want to know toward beauty and truth.

Everyone can and ought to be creative.  It is down-stream and easy.  A sign of a well-analyzed person is the ease with which that person attempts many new things from many new perspectives.  Which ever method we use to advance ourselves closer to the Universal Laws that govern human growth and development, we find that a well balanced raft, smoothly gliding down-stream is a delight.  It is Tom Sawyer, it is Love in the Time of Cholera, It is the Shenandoah Valley and Old Suwannee River.  It is Canada.

It is about that feeling that we get when we know we are in touch with the highest powers in the Universe.  It is that sensation of knowing that we are alive and aware of loving the vitality.  Writing with light has grown from a variety of perceptions and channelings  that includes far more than what the eye can see.  The New Perspective is a glimpse into life beyond resistances–not exactly a wild abandon, but rather a cooling disposition that everything will be all right.  Creativity is alive with the possibility of pleasure and a self-indulgence that is not destructive, but constructive, creative pieces that describe your personal perspective.  Nothing is right and nothing is wrong.

This web/blog will display my favorite photographs, water colorings and my acrylics.  Most of the paintings found below will have been photographed and imported into a digital dark-room where I re-style the image using a variety of multi-media digital art tools and brushes.

Please feel free to comment on any of these pieces and I am always happy to share the process.  Please Write anytime.

early spring

early spring

 

*  adjective
 
abˈstrakt,ˈabˌstrakt/
  1. 1.
    existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical or concrete existence.
     
    “abstract concepts such as love or beauty”
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