"The Eternal Discord of Entwined Temptations" from my
Spiritual Art Drawing Collection.
When I set out on my own personal journey to define who I was an artist, I began with black and white pencil and focused on making the objectivity speak for itself . I soon began finding my inner spirit slowly gravitating towards the beauty and majesty of color as a way of not only expressing the jubilation of life on its highest planes of beauty, but also as a way of using color as a psychological component to the symbolisms that inherently took shape in my vision of the world. For me, color was like finding a magical bridge that connected me from the grounded world to a higher place of transcendence. It spoke to me on some universal level. Although I found monochrome experiments to be very resourceful in teaching me to focus on objectivity and detail, the addition of color was like taking a one note song and turning it into a fury of sound that created an epic dance. Once the dance started, I felt as if I was the composer of a song that could lead to anywhere and guide my visions of the world to new heights of splendor. The colors could dance with each other and create patterns of movement weaving in nd out of the objects, shapes, and line. This became the heartbeat for my compositions and gave the objects a pulse that reverberated around the work leading the viewer into multiple levels of feeling.
"The Orchestration of Metaphysical Motion" from my
Anatomy Art Drawing Collection.