Essays on Creative Process

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This dynamic digital fantasy is an optical cacophony of floating orbs with lots of movement and energy.  Keywords: orbs, circles, ellipses, geometric, fantasy, digital, modern contemporary, dynamic, motion, mathematical, movement, energy, energetic, fun, strong, geometry, multicolor, geometric background, abstract, geometric abstract, decorative, mesmerizing, optical, spatial, layered, strong background, modern art, abstract art, fun, artsy, funky, jazzy, rhythmic, texture, curves, arcs, musical

I have gone through many life changes since I last blogged here or at my Peripheral Vision Blog, which is more developed and which you can visit here:

You’ve likely gone through some life changes as well, and I hope that you are finding good outcomes.  I hope to post more frequently and to not have to drop the thread again.  I had met so many good and interesting people while blogging that I can earnestly say it was one of the most interesting and fulfilling endeavors of my life.  Mostly because of YOU!  Blogging would have meant nothing were it not for the persons behind the posts.  And that’s obvious.  Nonetheless, good feelings are always worth sharing.

So I will begin now by offering some of my words about art and creative process, and try to post much more often, both images, writing and whatever other forms of communication seem appropriate.

You can read my short #‎essays on #‎art, including ART AND POWER here: and share your thoughts with me!

My best to each of you.  Much time has passed, but our creative passions have a way of re-igniting themselves, post adversity.  Or perhaps they are a potent force that helps us prevail both during adversity and after!  What’s your feeling about that?  How has creativity, whatever form it takes in your life, worked for YOU?

About Lynda Lehmann

I'm an abstract painter and photographer with a passion for color and the forms of nature. Even as a child, I felt awed by the wonders of nature. As an adult, I know that my love of beauty has inspired my life. My photography is realistic, but my paintings are abstract. In painting, I'm drawn to subjects of ambiguity and mystery, more than to recognizable scenes, and I love the freedom and musicality of abstract work. To me, it's more fun to see 'what isn't' than to see 'what is.' I have shown my art in numerous juried group and solo shows in the New York area. You can view my paintings, nature photography and digital art at my sites. Please visit my "Peripheral Vision" blog at to see a listing of my art sites and links to my articles and writing about creative process. I'm now selling my art on a wide of array of great Zazzle products, and you can find them at my five shops, with more to come!
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