Michael Gaio     Thu, Sep 11, 2008  Permanent link
I love these. One of my earliest memories of epiphany is when I was about 8 years old: I was drawing images much like these. I was imagining that I was a diamond cutter, diagraming what angles and delineations I would make to slice a diamond into form. While making these drawings, I had a very clear awareness come over me that—somehow—what I was doing then was exercising an essence of my life purpose. I would not unfold this awareness until my mid-thirties, and make an association to what I am doing now (as a web designer and information architect moving toward semantic technologies): architecting meaningful information spaces with meaningful angles that define conceptual spaces (example). And more, that who I am as a personification of consciousness in matter, is a process of characterization and individuation that is not unlike the process of how diamonds are made and formed (read a poem about it).

Keep me up-to-date on your project ...
spore     Sun, Sep 21, 2008  Permanent link
Hi Michael,

Thanks for your encouragement! Your point of view interesting me.
I exhibit my drawings in december in a french art gallery in Paris.

feanne     Mon, Sep 22, 2008  Permanent link
These are so beautiful. Stark yet gentle, sparse and delicate. I love crystals too. Such perfect forms.
spore     Tue, Sep 23, 2008  Permanent link