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Rocky Climb, like a lot of my paintings, is not based on a real place. It’s a fabricated daydream I explored for fun, through trial and error, and months of pushing paint around. Some say that painting imaginary landscapes reveals more about the artist to the viewer than paintings made from observation. I’m not sure, but I certainly try to tap into my subconscious when I paint. To me this scene depicts a hot day hiking in the mountains. Rocky terrain makes the journey difficult and the viewer has a long way to go. There is a path to the left that will provide some shade from the sun and humidity, but not for long. It’s best to simply enjoy the journey rather than focus on getting to the top.
I’m a figurative visual artist working both in acrylics traditionally and with digital art and design software to envisage my expressions. Being a visual artist challenges my head, heart, and hand to project both my conscious and unconscious reflections as narratives within a believable illusory space. At the age of 50, I let experience, vision, awareness, humor, and intuition guide me when developing imagery and subject matter, with dual goals of expressing myself and developing archetypes. Painting allows me the opportunity to reflect, share and connect my personal experiences, identity, and desire to create something new with others, even when there’s a global pandemic happening.More About Artist
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