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Idea Fountains Hiding in Your Thoughts

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Idea Fountains Hiding in Your Thoughts

Idea Fountains Hiding in Your Thoughts: Every work of art tells a story, outwardly and inwardly. The interpretations of this painting, although seemingly to be purely abstract; actually tells a story. The viewer of this work of art, or for that matter any work of art, has the profound opportunity to bring about their own explanation of what they are actually seeing. As simple as it may be described in just a few words, there are many opportunities to fashion a descriptive story in their own thoughts. . As the artist of this work, here's what it actually describes to...

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Get Lost!… In The Splattering of Thoughts

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Get Lost!… In The Splattering of Thoughts

Get Lost!… In The Splattering of Thoughts: There’s a mesmerizing spell in this work of art. Was it intentional? Or… like most works of abstract art, there often appears to be an encapsulated element that helps express the main idea of the painting. Sometimes a well-organized set of brushstrokes can do the job. In this work I decided to create a splattering scream. It has a remarkable presence, and demands visual attention. Is it essential? I leave that up to the viewer. . Getting lost in a somewhat captivating component of any work of art, is often alluring, rarely does...

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My Imagination Has a Mind of its Own. Does Yours?

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My Imagination Has a Mind of its Own. Does Yours?

My Imagination Has a Mind of its Own. Does Yours? I make it a practice to never corral my thoughts when my creative imagination wants to frolic. Inventing and abstract artwork, when left to its own use of imagination, is at its frolicking best. . This oil painting entitled: Perspicacious has acute mental vision. Like virtually most works of abstract art, they often require a non-judgmental mind. Freedom to explore without preconceived notions that can clutter the visual experience. . Judgment in any form, stifles and diminishes creative expression. Stop, look, and listen to that still small voice within, let that...

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