The Colony Of Tiny Flowers

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Musings of the Artists Mind

From far these look like a single fluffy flower, but up close you see the colony of small flowers, like a colony of living coral. Get closer and see that the small stems are almost translucent and seem to have a drop of dew at each end. When they move they reminded me of a sea slug or sea feather floating its way around the ocean reefs. I felt the need to add the raindrops to give a perspective of the size of each little flower in this colony. Where would you put this refreshing photo in your home? 

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What inspires an artist? 

“All they see” is the first and most literal answer. 

For me, that is literally hundreds of gallery & museum exhibits, thousands of books, and tens of thousands of images online.

Books that Inspired and Influenced my Experimentation:

Here we have to give homage to my kings of imagery. While I cannot claim to compare myself to them, they continue to inspire my view of the world.

Ansel Adams for extending the imagination though light and shadow.

Georgia O’Keefe for painting macros and driving the eye into incredible landscapes.

Andrew Wyeth for adding a dusting of serenity to all he painted and giving a craving for tea whenever I see his work. 

Pablo Picasso for always coming to the purity of the image by often outrageous routes.

These are perhaps the most accessible influences, but the truth is that my influences run deep through thousands of books and works I’ve seen & read. If you have the time, you are free to visit my GoodReads library to see a fraction of the books I’ve read. These are the ones I remember, that is. Or you can visit the ever growing collection on my Pinterest account & My ViewBug site, and at Arts M.Perron. 

PLEASE CONTRIBUTE TO CREATIVITY & THE ARTS!!!

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