Rocks and Roses

Julie Marks

Los Angeles, United States

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This is the third painterly and abstract photograph in my Stone Art series. The colors are vibrant combining with great texture to create this abstract composition. I have always been interested in the artistic temperament and how the artist perceives the world with a heightened sensitivity and appreciation of the visual world. Kay Jaminson’s book, Touched With Fire explores the artistic temperament of the world’s most renown artists and how their works reveal the link between creativity mood, and temperament. Jaminson states that the "molten and amphibious nature of artistic imagination represents a crucial element in creativity and the artist’s unique sensibility and imagination. When I look at abstacts like this and others in my series on stone art, I see a multitude of images and the longer I look the more I see. Artists often have developed a visual acquity that heightens their visual percepion and ability to project images into ambiguous stimuli. The artists perceptual gifts can produce more original and imaginative responses than the individual who is not involved in the visual arts. I am always interested in your sharing with me what you project into my photographs. Rorschach could understand personality and the unsconscious by analyzing ten inblots that became an integral tool for Psychological analysis of personality using his complex system to understand what lies beneath the surface of consciouness. To this day it amazes me how much is revealed by this projective instrument. It is an essesntial tool to interpret personality as a part of the Psychologists battery of subjective and objective tests. I always appreciate your responses to the images I photograph. The longer I look, the more images appear. If you print the image out and turn it in any direction you want, more images will appear in large and small detail. Having spent so much of my life using metaphors, symbolic imagery and dream interpretaion, it seems natural that my photographic focus would evolve into the abstracts that I derive from the most beautif

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