3. Other Ways of Seeing
“OF COURSE THERE WILL ALWAYS BE THOSE WHO LOOK ONLY AT TECHNIQUE, WHO ASK ‘HOW,’ WHILE OTHERS OF A MORE CURIOUS NATURE WILL ASK ‘WHY.’ PERSONALLY, I HAVE ALWAYS PREFERRED INSPIRATION TO INFORMATION.”
While I view my work as one body, it is composed of multiple disciplines, techniques, and subject matter. Art is language, and its fluency, though never fully achieved, is dependent upon diligent practice. The manner in which one creates stems from a singular place, but can manifest itself physically in many ways.
I spoke earlier about technique, acknowledging that while technique is intrinsic to all forms of communication, it should not serve as an end. The innumerable ways in which the same tools and materials can ...