Google spell check is insisting there is no such word as biomorphic, so I had to teach them again. According to the Tate, this is the definition of it:
Biomorphic comes from combining the Greek words ‘bios’, meaning life, and ‘morphe’, meaning form. The term seems to have come into use around the 1930s to describe the imagery in the more abstract types of surrealist painting and sculpture particularly in the work of Joan Miró and Jean Arp (see automatism). Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth also produced some superb biomorphs at that time, and later so did Louise Bourgeois.
ERRATIC, GATHERING, UNDISCIPLINED - these words in the title suggest my work-methods. But to quote the Bard: "There is method in his madness"
Though I often say the stuff I create comes from the subconscience, but it is also true that if you take something out, you first have to input. I did this by voracious reading in my younger years. Sometimes I remember what triggered my thoughts. In this case, I think long ago I was fascinated with Dado's Vegetable Police, among other biomorphic works.
I am going out on a limb here, but leave it up to people to interpret what basically was derived by subconscious doodling until the forms started to emerge and I began to fill in details.
I tried to come up with a title that suggested itself, and after thinking about anamorphic, parthenogenesis and hyper-dimensional images I stuck with my first instinct: a impossible proposition.
And then I came across this:
“The human mind is a magical labyrinth. It is a mystical universe within you, where everything eventually materializes. So be careful of what you put in it. For it is only your thoughts that can decide the possible from the impossible.” ― Ashwini Shenoygraphite on paper - A4 - 2018
Also, check out this website I created for our community of Visionary, Surreal and Fantastic Realist Artists - VISIONARY ART EXHIBITION - it has several great blogs and features under one roof! The image below is one of the headers of the site (it links to our Home Page), it is the detail of a painting by one of our network members, Wolfgang Harms - Blogs are: ARCHAIC VISIONS - DREAMS & DIVINITIES - VISIONARY COMMUNITY BLOG - FEATURED ARTWORK