The idea for art was going along and certain elements were getting figured out with the medium and then the entire day and months ahead suddenly shifted into something else.
The evil temptress of two dimension being manipulated in three dimension suddenly morphed into a completely different state and it changed the art forever. The questions that are then asked is did the work previous speak loud enough to be heard in its own part in creation on the way to madness, has the artwork been betrayed in how fast the ideas escalate, pulling this thread will it end up in the weeds that makes no sense completely? That would be the grandest question of art all together, is the big question on how daunting a task lays ahead in uncharted waters. Pulling that string of an idea with no idea where it might lead but further down a road of either trying and failing or having been written off as folly is the key to any great venture. How does one distinguish two dimensional art from three dimensional art and that will be answered from the one perspective that the piece can be taken in. The different planes will not be able to function without the other. Looking into the work, and out, will lead to a completely unique experience that most paintings will not be able render in just how the properties that make most paintings behave. Getting back to Bruce Vanlandingham’s advise about pushing a medium to its furthest reaches, is what makes art an actual thing. He says “I don’t believe in formula artists.” How does one process that? “If you already know what the piece is going to do how is that art?” How long does a person stay with an idea for mediums in art? I would imagine in this world, that if a person is open to new ideas then the art can not help but follow in toe with the medium and application of new ideas. I can’t wait to show the new ideas in artwork coming up. Stay tuned.