A more in depth look at the study of dreams, done for a project outside my normal blog content. I was told to be as in depth as possible, which is fully impossible given the long history of dream research, dating back to Ancient Egypt. However, for the purposes of this blog, what I did… Continue Reading →
Every piece I’ve made prior to my most recent one, paved the way to that most recent piece. I get comments on occasion that something I’ve shared is very different for me or that my style is evolving. In no way am I upset by these comments, in part, they’re correct. And I’m glad the… Continue Reading →
2021 was weird, but despite that and life in general, I think I’ve been successful in maintaining my creative practice. Here’s my 2021 photo review.
Sunday I hung around home. I started experimenting with some pictures of my recently acquired glass head and brain stormed how I want to move forward with the series. I tried to refocus on some in progress blogs, specifically one on surrealism and Freud’s dream theories, but the deeper I go, while I still very… Continue Reading →
Documenting the year as it progresses. I’ll publish this, with all the months, as a recap when the year comes to a close. 2021 has been an artistic reset, resulting in flourishing creativity thus far. Not linked in the listings below – the Color Your World Challenges << linked right here instead. January Images featured:… Continue Reading →
Sunday Eric and I went to historic St. Augustine, a not too far away place that we hadn’t walked through since Florida was beginning to close up. We had lunch at Florida Cracker Cafe, went to the Lightner Museum and wandered St. George Street. Monday I got a greater occipital nerve block to help with… Continue Reading →
Trying something out and updating you on the days of my life. Art creation behind the scenes, pictures of my cat and so on. Sunday Went to my parent’s house for Easter dinner. Then went home and hung out with my cat Wolfgang. Finished episode 2 of The Vow on HBO Max, waiting to watch… Continue Reading →
“As the longest-running avant-garde movement of the 20th century, Surrealism’s scope and richness is perhaps unparalleled in its influence of modern art and culture.” (2) Theory of the Unconscious In 1900 and then 1905, Freud developed a model of the unconscious mind. In 1915 Freud further defined this model. The mind is an iceberg. The… Continue Reading →