"So why not propose a reverse hypothesis (opposed to the idea of voyeurism and collective stupidity)? Why not suggest that what people want, that what we all want in our quest which inevitably halts in front of the fortress of obscenity, is precisely to gain the sense that there is nothing to see, that we'll never get the final clue?" - Jean Baudrillard, Dust Breeding
Looking at your work is like being able to see clearly what I can only get a static rendering of during my darkest nights... without the headache.. I don't know how else to put it, but from the looks of it you probably know what I'm talking about.
It has been an ongoing inspiration to watch the evolution of your interpretation/expression of energy lines/waves. Alex Grey invoked such a strong template, it is very difficult to get outside of his wake. I think you are doing a marvelous job, with your own unique vision of light and spirit motion. It was fascinating to see your landscape studies emerge as a part of this. I understand you spent some time listening to the earth New Mexico. I grew up there and can resonate with the experience as it is flowing through you.
Thanks for the visions. May your insight and expression continue to bring us higher.
Your appreciation and arching observation of my development touches and inspires me. The language is developing, part of my gift, insight and vision that I'm putting forward is that the spirit energies are fully present here in this world. I see them with my own two (or three, or?) eyes... which strangely enough seems to be unique. They are still quite difficult to pin down to defined shapes and such since they are usually in constant flickering motion...flowing around, through and between things.
If you haven't already, you might be interested in doing a bit of research on Shipibo shamanism. It is relevant to thinking about the cultural perception/interpretation of visual energy "signatures." You can access this article online:
Rittner, Sabine 2007. "Sound-Trance-Healing: The sound and pattern medicine of the Shipibo in the Amazon lowlands of Peru." Music Therapy Today (Online 18th July) Vol. VIII (2). Pp 196-235.
If you have any advice for the growth of my own work, I would especially value your thoughts. I realize that your time is limited and precious, but it never hurts to ask, and I would be remiss if I didn't take the opportunity to reach out to your penetrating eyes. Consider it an invitation only. I have no expectations and am more than delighted to simply be inspired by your work.