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05184 Hand w Pencil 17x11 copy 3The Eye’s Mind

 

Often we hear of “the mind’s eye”, meaning the way the mind interprets or imagines the subject of our thoughts.  However, for an artist, the eye must provide basic information to the mind.  Vision takes precedence over thought. It find facts; finds ambiguity; it finds confusion; it finds contradiction; it finds what can be seen and makes note of that which cannot be seen. Vision finds truth because it must abandon preconception to recognize only what is there to be seen.  Making art teaches the artist about visual reality.  Art springs from the artist’s view–understanding, interpretation and organization of the reality her eye has discovered through pure observation.  Art, then, springs from ”the eye’s mind.”

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