Resolution: 8000 x 3667 px
Tools: GNU Image Manipulation Program
NFT edition size: 10
People have been depicting the forms in their mind for at least 30,000 years. Clay pigments smeared with finger and thumb on a cave wall, egg tempera on canvas, pixels of light on a screen… and for that long the viewer has been trying to decipher them.
This piece of art is a statement made by one mind, to be heard by another. How it resonates inside the mind of the viewer is unique and personal to them. If this piece really speaks to you, then a bridge has been made.
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If you’re interested in learning more about the stories behind the art, head on over to my blog.
BUY AS AN NFT
You can view my current works that are available to purchase as NFTs at my NFT Showroom gallery page.
For more information about NFTs and how to buy them, read my NFT page.
I’m a Manx artist, living on the Isle of Man – a beautiful island in the Irish Sea.
I’ve been creating art for many years. My work can be found hanging on walls in Manhattan, Tokyo, London, Abu Dhabi, Madrid and even at sea on a US Navy warship!
The title of my pieces are written in Manx Gaelic – the language of my island.
You deserve a break!
Take five minutes out of your day to stop and be mindful. Art is like a portal, it can transport your mind away from the relentless stress of everyday life and give you the space to experience something profound.
I invite you to stop everything- everything – just for five minutes. Stare at some art (and I mean really stare), and open up your mind to feeling and thinking whatever floats to the surface.
I’m always surprised at how powerful this can be. Finding art that really resonates with you, that speaks to you, is one of the most profound things a human mind can experience. It can lead to insights about yourself, life, and existence in general.
Go on, try it! And if you like, you can let me know what you experience.
Get in touch
Art is all about communication and I’d love to hear your thoughts on my work, or art in general – why not head over to Twitter and drop my a line? Or leave a comment below.