The early psychologists taught us that everything we see and experience is altered by our emotions and personal experiences.
The Impressionists taught us that the world we see and the colors within it are created by light bouncing off the receptors in our eyes.
I believe both of these thoughts have merit
In this series I am merging these two ideas by exploring “seeing” and a sense of place through the use of color, movement, and feeling.
Morning light. A fresh start. There has always been a magical quality to this special part of the day. This series explores the beauty of renewal. The sepia tones are the past, the indigos, the present, whites and creams the future. When balanced they create a vibration, a beauty that is healing to the soul. Both past and present serve to inform the future. In this series, however, I strive to find that balancing point between them all, where presence lives.