[singlepic id=1307 w=150 h=240 float=left]The reflection process continues to baffle me. The further you refine and reflect unique images of nature; the more interesting the visions become. More questions and ideas entered my mind during the polluted Salt Flat explorations such as the Totems of Anthropos.
Are some reflections an unconscious, symbolic, visual and interpretive projection of my conscious life experience? Are the animal-like forms linked to the ancient religious ritual of “Animal Worship” practiced by many cultures throughout the world?
[singlepic id=1301 w=320 h=240 float=right]Is there a connection between Anthropos‘ divine will and nature? Are the Totems of Anthropos hidden in the details of nature. Can an artistic reflective process reveal the stages within primeval man’s transformation? Does reflection enable us to have a better understanding of a universal creative entity otherwise known as god?
Does the physical pollution in the photographs assimilate a darker perspective when reflected?
Can we see unconscious glimpses of the “Universal Mind” through art? How does our individual conscious experience change the collective visual transmission?
As the patterns and subjects change, the reflection process continues to reveal aspects of our universal unconscious and inter-connectivity. I continue to make art by reflecting on direct experiences with the unfathomable…I continue to photograph, reflect and dream in wonder…