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Why Mind Matters Connectedness begins with one’s mind. It leads, inspires, and challenges one to make a mark, leave a footprint and connect with the world and all that’s in it. Mind Matters distills this message visually, thus communicating with viewers. The diverse elements included in this work include: photographing the Port of Miami globe at the darkest hour of the night, coloration in concert with the Visual Director at Escada (the German women’s luxury brand), compositing in a woman’s face and head - specifically the area where gray matters resides - masterfully creating the work with our hands by sculpting the metal, then printing and painting. This Mind Matters Metalagram® embodies the soul of our work beckoning one to seize the day in a way that truly matters, not only in one’s mind but also for mankind. Mind Matters has been and will continue to be on a yearlong Solo Exhibition at Escada boutique, in Scottsdale, Arizona September 2017 – 2018. If you’re in Arizona or going there experience "Mind Matters" while you can!
We have evidence that mind matters to our creative process. We create artworks that speak to our souls, our innermost thoughts populating our thinking. By doing so, we are communicating our thinking through a visual medium. Collectors are always asking us how we divide the tasks in order to create a work. We begin with a discussion of shapes, images, and color ways that resonate with us. Then we decide whether we have an image to work with. If yes, we build upon what resonates and decide how to communicate our thinking. Often we have what we need to begin and use something from our thousands of images. Sometimes we need additional raw material and intentionally stage a scene or go out into the field to photograph shapes, both negative and positive, scenes and places.
“Mind Matters”, recently exhibited at the DiPilla Showhouse, complimented the dress Linda selected for an Event. Linda explains her subconscious decision to wear a dress visually aligned with one of her artworks in the Show. It wasn’t until Linda stood by “Mind Matters” and looked at a pic someone had snapped, that she understood how deeply her mind matters in her work.
See the image below. You decide if “Mind Matters” and Linda’s dress harmonically telegraph how these artists’ minds matter.