The Insignificance of Space and Time to the Immaterial is a series of digital paintings created over the period of a few days. The idea was to see progress in the stages of development. Often, multiple versions of the same basic image emerged. Those versions became markers on a journey. As there are different versions of the same image, there are different versions of myself at different times.
I have a sense of lost time when creating. I get absorbed in the work because I enjoy seeing where it will lead. In that lost time, space expands, even though my actual work space remains cluttered.
The challenge both in life and art is always to become more human, deeper, more insightful than I was before, more connected with meaning greater than myself.