Friday, March 23, 2012
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
My studio time has been consumed with various writing projects. From grant proposals, residency applications, and interviews, I have had no time to paint! Though I am happy with the results.
If you haven’t yet seen the article that came out in SuperConsciousness Magazine, Please check it out. It will give you an insight into the new direction I am going in. http://www.superconsciousness.com/topics/art/supernatural-creator
A friend and collector of my work came by to wish me well and decided to add Thought Forms to her private collection. She wrote to me afterward saying " I LOVE my new painting! It sits in a space where I see it all the time, and I consciously look at it all the time. It's like after a while I will have memorized all my favorite parts. It has made my living room a truly visually interesting place to be."
So while I was physically down and in isolation for the last
8 months or so….My work has gotten some high visibility with the show at Gallery in the Woods and the unbelievable press the new work has
generated. It’s strange how life gets balanced out. I am in gratitude and am reminded of my wonderful belief that Anything is Possible!
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Friday, March 2, 2012
I have had the fortunate experience recently to view my work through new eyes. This fresh perspective is through the eyes of Science. I have always thought of my work as Spiritual but as my awareness and interest unfolded I realized that
science is interested and asking the same questions I am exploring in my own artistic investigations.
I have found the natural unfolding of my work to be
at times eerie in the way my past interests connect with my future interests.
Here is one recent example…….a few years ago I went to
to work with the
to present a project called “ Eye to Eye”.
When I arrived home I became even more obsessed with eye imagery and did some really beautiful eye portraits. Right now I am really passionate about doing a collaboration with a scientist and eventually visiting either the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN (
Particle collider detectors are the eyes scientists use to visualize the smallest building blocks of nature. It is quite amazing!
David Aquino, Brattleboro Reformer