Transformations 2009-2010

‘….The image should portray physical movement from one point to another, transforming its appearance into a number of further images (multiple images) that are revealed through contemplation. These images then merge and dissolve back to the main image, which is now seen and understood differently by the viewer. Many ‘small’ images transform into the ‘large’ whole picture. This transforming process can act on the viewers mind as well as their eye…’

‘…The portrait of the musician should include note, rhythm, movement, and mood. In drawing this can be portrayed with the size of mark, tone of mark, movement of mark all integrated into the whole composition of the piece…’

Always keep your mind as bright and clear as the vast sky, the highest peak, and the deepest ocean, empty of all limiting thoughts.

Morihei Ueshiba.