Map of The Wanderer

A little expression of wandering. 🙂

Artful Words

IMG_3153“I am much inclined to live from my rucksack, and let my trousers fray as they like.”
Hermann Hesse

Artists, art scholars and critics all have argued over many years about the artistic quality of abstract art, non-objective art and non-representational art as a whole. These are typically all grouped together as what abstraction represents. Some even say that it’s just random splashing of color for no particular purpose or goal. Others argue that it’s the most raw of artistic expression.

I’ll agree with the latter.

Abstraction is, for me, the most cathartic medium for expressing emotion, ideas and intentions. Some pieces might look haphazard, chaotic, and even completely incomprehensible, but the true artist in his most raw and vulnerable state is able to express his emotion, thoughts or feelings through the use of line, pattern and color.

The example..

The above piece I painted last night I’ve titled…

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2 thoughts on “Map of The Wanderer

  1. Perhaps it’s related. I saw this more as a the trail through the forest, two trees standing on either side of the opening that would reveal….well, whatever was through the brush. But either as random or as raw artistic, if it works for connecting with oneself and others, it’s good 🙂

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