Data collection and creative imagery enriching and informing this study.
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In the hour my dear Nana passed over I ran to my studio and completed this drawing. In it, I expressed physically, spiritually, and emotionally that she would not be alone at that time. Only later did I find out she passed over at the exact time I was doing the piece. A special drawing for me. She told me that she would 'Tap me on the shoulder' when my study was finished.
This early drawing represents a cityscape but examines a microscopic view of that landscape. This image is from 1993, and it is still a theme that 'The Universal Embrace' relates as much to the inner self as it does to broader society.
This is an early digital sketch of what I envisioned 'The Universal Embrace' to be.
This study exists entirely digitally in its presentation. This old drawing I completed looks at the contrasts between feeling and intuition and the ego and the mind.
I saw this in the street and I related it to creating this project on my Apple Mac, and was interested to see the synchronicity of 'Pi'.
This intrigued me: In the middle of a footscray road I happened to see some scribbling in the worn out line in the middle of the road. It read 'He who dares'. I dared-I made it!
When I suffered schizophrenia symptoms, I used to see messages in number plates. I liked seeing this one as a positive affirmation instead of a negative one.
I found this image and saved it to reference how two individuals may be represented together in a beautiful way.
In my digital drawings, I came up with this logo as a representative of the project that mirrors the ideas of proportion, balance, resonance and also draws from the free energy machine schematic diagrams.