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As an artist, I find it necessary to be inventive, self-expressive, searching, daring, even disturbing, and in doing so, I am hoping to enlighten others and open ways for a better understanding of my art. Wonder is an important factor in my style of art, something that makes it valuable and unique. This wonder can transport the viewers to somewhere new, it can place them in a different state of mind. It can create a new feeling, vision, or experience that exists outside of the rules of realism..... While one may view my work as entirely abstract at a first glance, it is completely organized. Within my work, you will find that I use symmetry in my placement of colors, objects, lines, and components of my work. Everything pertaining to placement/design/structure is thought out. Even the tools/instruments/brushes/palettes I utilize have a purpose. Everything has meaning..... I am fascinated by the variety, complexity, beauty, and seduction of abstract art. I have always been intrigued by and abstract art. I have made this my main practice of art; I am a subconscious artist; whereby I paint, draw, install, sculpt, and even write from my altered conscious state. My work is based on abstract; not to be mistaken for non-objective art, and is a translation of a real life experience, a thought and/or a dream and is a complete exaggeration of my perception of reality. I call my work "Subconscious Works of Art."
My work is based on Abstract - not to be mistaken for non-objective art, it is a translation of a real life object or experience, which usually implies isolation, emphasis, or exaggeration from some aspect of my perception of reality. I also use surrealistic techniques in my work. Surrealism is simply the interpretation of dreams, not only in my sleep, but also in my subconscious state of mind. Over the years, I have written theories and developed techniques for and about my works of art. I understand that every one has differences in the way that they perceive and represent their perceptions in a work of art. Given these facts, I expect my art-lovers, onlookers, and buyers to look into their own subconscious state of mind and find the meaning and definition of each work of art through thoughts and idealisms of their own.
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