Contemplative Distortion

Distorted Contemplation

Distorted Contemplation

“Who am I?”
She asks
in contemplative
the lines
fail an answer


5 thoughts on “Contemplative Distortion

  1. 1. I may be wrong, but I can’t help thinking that I have some small hand in this.

    2. This is another one of what I categorise as your ‘focused works’. By this I mean two things: first, that I group your work into ‘focused’ (intended images, viz. ‘I know what I want here’) and ‘unfocused’ (unintended images, viz. ‘let’s see where this goes’) and, second, my favourites tend toward those ‘focused works’.

    If this set makes sense to you what is the percentage of focused to unfocused works recently and what direction has it been trending? Further, what do you think makes your best work?

    • Oh, it is always good to hear from you. I have been waiting to respond to your e-mail (when I have time to really think).
      As for 1- yes. I am taking my art/mothering/actually everything in my life a bit more seriously.

      2- I am approaching my art completely differently. For one, I am honoring it (and my process) in a whole new way. Usually, I regard it with denial. Now, I am sketching out things and really thinking about what I want to say.

  2. I would imagine that even the best of us suffer from distorted contemplation from time to time, how could we not? What we see is colored by our experiences, which will always be a little distorted! 🙂 But I really love that the question was posed and no answer found.

    And what does it say about me that the heartbreaking line was the one that gave me the most joy!!! 😀

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