J.Miro : ” I try to apply colors like words that shape poems, like notes that shape music.”
I have been recently interested in intuitive painting and how we liberate ourselves from our thoughts. Some people practice meditation and yoga to do this. One thing is certain for me that we all need to learn how to pause..
The following are the exerts from one painting where I explored the idea of pausing in time and space
This is the final piece :
What do we liberate ourselves from?
- Issues of identity and self image are problems related to environments and relationships. Processions. Copying. Consumerism. Production. Digital. Writing. Speaking. WORDS
2. The rapid changes of everyday life and fast passing events baffle the minds of some very fragile beings inhibiting this planet. Do we know how to deal with this ?
Were we taught how to pause ???
Perhaps yoga or meditation ?
More we let go of words as the base of everything – more we grow .
Each thought we enhance with the meaning , which is changeable in time. We cannot rely on it, simple as that.
” Something caught within the flesh. A crushing absorption pressing, bursting, intruding into every crack, clawing across all layers of sensation, fighting towards perception, wishing to be understood … and yet struggling to form its intentions.”
why one colour is matching with the other better within the composition ?
My experiment explores my choices made when I am involved in creative process. How do I choose one colour over the other ?
Possibly, – intuition ?
Linguistically the meaning of intuition is
2[COUNT NOUN] A thing that one knows or considers likely from instinctive feeling rather than conscious reasoning:your insights and intuitions as a native speaker are positively sought
P.Cezanne: ” We live in rainbow of chaos .”
P. Gauguin: ” I shut my eyes in order to see.”
( The Chaos ‘ disorder’, which is opposite of Cosmos ‘ order’ )
This very chaos makes perfect sense
each line has its own language
Thoughts can be irrelevant
Lines, textures and colours are non linguistic
I’ve learned that the texture is very important. Thick medium of colour is better next to the thin . This is kinaesthetically appealing and somehow relates to the way we distinguish the surface.
Orange goes better with the subtle blue, and green is more beautiful with the red and yellow.
S. Prokofiev : ” There is still so many beautiful things to be said in C major .”