Monthly Archives: July 2014

“Seashell Burst” and Other Archetypal Forms

  I call this image “Shell Burst” because it reminds me of the proverbial “Sunburst.”  The sun has been a metaphor on numerous levels for the human species since the beginning of time, so it seems to follow that any image … Continue reading

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A Balanced Form of Self Love

  Producing art gives us power. I see it as a power over ourselves, over our energy, perception, motivational systems. And perhaps most important, I view it as a supplanting of our need to achieve a social equilibrium (which in … Continue reading

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Today’s Thought On Art: The “Logic” of Abstraction

Frantic Rooster c Lynda Lehmann 2013 – Acrylic on Canvas   I believe there IS a logic in building the visual experience we refer to as “abstract art.”  What is missing is a logical referent to any specific and time-bound … Continue reading

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