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Day Thirty-Three/Image Thirty-Three

“Afloat” Image. Ceres Gallery. New York. Solo show.

Art has to work visually. Someone I know said recently, that art is non-verbal philosophy. This blog is where I usually go on and on describing and explaining these pieces. As I look at them NOW. I try to resurrect feelings that I may have had at the time I did them, but really, when I did these images, I was merely putting one cut-out magazine piece with another, making the art flow within the 5″ square.

Going with that, look at the bee climbing the curtain.

I am not excusing myself from the descriptions I usually give. Nor am I trying to get out of giving the work some sort of significance. For this image, just look. After all, art is a visual experience. Without prompting.

Day Twenty-Nine/Image Twenty-Nine

“Afloat” Image. Ceres Gallery. New York. Solo Show.