MINDWORKS are drawing meditations, images rising from the unconscious mind. 'Allowing' is most important. It is necessary to have no pre-conceived ideas about what the work will be. I start with my mind in an 'idle' state, kind of drifting, calm and relaxed. I put down a few smudges with charcoal on paper and ideas rising from my unconscious begin to appear. Stabilo pencil on mylar film is also used, touching the marks with water in a brush. I read into these vague marks whatever images come to mind and then enhance them with more drawing...'drawing' them forth, so to speak. Associations occur and it is mostly a process of discovery and adventure. It is important not to judge too quickly, just observe what is happening. There is no need to control, allowing is the key. It is very exciting. I let things happen--an advent. These images are then digitized and enhanced in the computer.
MINDWORKS are a process of discovery, art put to the service of self-realization for the artist as well... More > as the viewer.< Less