“The fact that I myself, at the moment of painting, do not understand my own pictures does not mean that these pictures have no meaning; on the contrary,
their meaning is so profound, complex, coherent, and involuntary that it escapes the simplest analysis of logical intuition.”
Salvador Dali These words resonate with my Fellowship set ลาวสามัคคี วีไอพี.
As I created each and every image, I went through the same thoughts as Salvador Dali;
not that I am comparing myself to the great artist, but his words made sense to me.
As you look through the set you will see the great man’s influence A storyteller’s imagination.
“The Persistence of Memory” had a huge influence, especially the distortion of the clocks.
All my clocks are set at 3 o’clock, a time for the imagination to take over and create whatever.
I do not know why this time; one day it might become clear… Below is the artist’s statement that accompanied my fellowship set.
“A storyteller’s imagination. This collection of images depicts ideas/stories that reach out to me from A storyteller’s imagination
the visual circus called my subconscious; often exploding into my conscious mind as a black and white image, demanding to be assembled in my digital darkroom.
The clocks are always set at 3 o’clock; a time to let my imagination run rampant and play in a surreal world.
This is the world of an adult-child’s mind, where time and imagination are my consistent companions in the development and construction of these images that could only exist in my storytelling imagination.”
“How did you create each image, and how long did it take you to produce each image?” I’m often asked this question, as well as,
“How many layers are in the images, and what were the influences that helped create these ideas?” I will try and explain as simply as possible the questions asked. Influences?
That is simple – Salvador Dali, Jerry Uelsmann and Dominic Rouse, with a sprinkling of Brooke Shaden.
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