Of course, perfect vision is impossible, unless you decide "imperfect is the new perfect".
That we all have a biased, fuzzy, fluctuating and partial vision of life, we have our own unique vision. I say embrace this!
My process involves:
- posing questions
- noticing what shows up
- staying curious
- not hesitating to follow my curiosity.
It about persevering beyond your initial solutions...digging deeper. Sometimes I regret having covered over a previous stage, but what I learn by further investigation is priceless.
Diebenkorn suggests we attempt what is not certain; doing this certainly entertains me!
Creativity isn't about talent, it is a way of operating.
In this second version I added the bird,
created a flower in a cut out section,
discovered a very small bird to the top
right of the flower, and I greatly simplified
This final version has greater visual depth because of
the layering, I added the house image
providing a more poetic statement,
and the copper leaf sits on top for some dazzle.
To see this on my website go here.