The whole idea of creating images that sit between something abstract and recognisable takes me out of my comfort zone. I am a communicator and like to be clear in what I say, write or illustrate, so to create and present images that are ambiguous and indecipherable is challenging. But it is in moving into… Continue reading Indeterminate Images – Experiment One (Bubbles)
We all look at the world differently. We see with our personal experience and knowledge and what we perceive something to be is a fusion between what we see and what we know. Flexible though our eyes may be, they can only digest one visible field at one given time. They scan over a wide… Continue reading What do you see?
Looking at surfaces, marks on walls, water, the sky and searching for images within them is nothing new. I recall looking for recognisable shapes in wallpaper or the clouds from a very young age. Richard Wollheim (1980, p. 205) in his essays on Art and its objects, refers to ‘representational seeing,’ and talks about seeing… Continue reading Objects of imagining