Ativan The Lyrica Girls On The Ativan Bluffs By Clozaril Beach And The Walk Home Under Moonlight Scott Richard


the lyrica girls on the ativan bluffs by clozaril beach and the walk home under moonlight, scott richard

posted by alias torbakhopper on Tuesday 30th of May 2017 03:59:38 PM

PRESS PLAY LIQUICITY escapism ************ the art of liquid painting relies on the historical concept established by some of the impressionist painters. that is, liquid paintings are the "studying" of the changes of light and time. monet, fascinated by the light play and the way photography and f-stops were changing perspective, engaged in a series of hay bale paintings. they were made plein air throughout a single day. and, while they are not all that attractive (many would disagree, heheheh), they document the changing light play. so, working from this premise and attaching an intellectual metaphor -- the corruption and failure of the individual as an exploding dahlia in space -- i spent several years creating my own extraterrestrial version of this same process. a universe of rainbow dahlias as the individual self consciousness exploding in space. one day, i hope that others will follow suit and give life to the art of liquid painting -- most of which only exists now as digital imagery. it's a struggle for many to paint over finished paintings. in the meantime, in an attempt to explain TONES and SHADES and TINTS made from PRIMA CHROMA and GRAYS to a friend of mine, i started creating a fantastical pre-electric world of leisure, safety and comfort using the ideas instead of trying to explain them. this gave birth to the land of anti-psychotics — the DOPAQUEL PENINSULA, a land of peace and tranquility. a land where GRAY is the dominant sensibility, but there is no actual blackness. it is a world of bright light and tonal darkness. at least most of the time. and in this process of explaining, the birth of FRENCH ESCAPISM. and it is more of a struggle to paint over these works. but it is also a brave thing to push on.


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