In my mind these two pieces are related in a sense. They just strike me that way. Both have that native tribal thing going on. New Mexico kind of vibe and color. Certainly western landscapes. And that’s one of the things that I really do love about the spray paint blasting process; it yields all types of interpretations. A spirit space. Geography and topography. Small spaces, large spaces. Sub-atomic spaces where quarks and neutrinos play. Interiors and exteriors. And so much more. Lots of duality in the mirrored out image. Lots of fertile ground for the individual subconscious to play and make connections. Particle jumps inside your brain. Memories and moments colliding and rearranging. That’s some good shit, lol.
Here’s “ANASAZI ONE”…
Soft and glowing with, for me, shamans on the cardinal direction points. Earthy and yet, that other dimension is so very much a part of it. That luminous center and all the texture. Energies expanding or contracting. I want to touch it. Tactile. Textile.
Here’s “ANASAZI TWO”….
Different? Yes, but also something the same. Very landscape to me. Mountains. Plateaus. And it really has that chalk on a driveway texture.
Of course, what you see and feel is up to you. Enjoy.
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Yours in the possibilities… and wet spray paint.
P.S. To my muse… my treasure of a girl… thank you baby for everything.