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Subduction Zone II
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Five and a Dime
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Black Light Beach
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What Love Is
Bertrand Russell described love as a condition of 'absolute value', as opposed to 'relative value'. Love recognizes a state of truth distinct from, and opposite to, the idea that there is a difference between the subject and the object. It is sometimes called pantheism. Love is reality itself, of which we incorrectly perceive ourselves as an isolated part. "At the deepest level of our being - the divinity within that we share with all beings - there is no separation between me and you. At any moment it is possible to experience the warmth and openness of a heart connection with any living creature: a lover, a child, a friend, a stranger pa
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Why I am a Remodernist
Remodernism is an alternative to the established High Art hegemony, known as Postmodernism. As an Art Movement, it is somewhat unusual, insofar as it is defined by the artists' intentions, rather than by any formal qualities of the artwork. Briefly, Remodernists do not think that Modern Art is rubbish, and we do believe that one of the legitimate goals of an artist can be the sincere expression of an authentic personal spirituality. Spirituality does not equal religion. Religion is about beliefs and following rules. Spirituality is about the search for truth. Remodernism is an Art movement that can be especially attractive for those who a
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The Question of Intentionality, an Investigation
The whole notion of intent is one that fascinates me almost to the point of obsession; when looking at or making artwork I always wonder, what is the artist's intent for this thing that they are making?; what effect, exactly, is it supposed by the artist to have on others?... what effect does making it have on the artist?... and so on. This question of intentionality is strangely absent from most of what is considered critical thinking about Art. Probably the various Art objects could even be meaningfully classified according to the various intentions and effects, but somehow this is never done. It can be quite enlightening to try and arriv
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michaelelliottfurrProfessional Traditional Artist
You still here? I found you through reading about remodernism. You were ahead of your time, remodernism is here and growing...
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tigerlily-gamgeeProfessional General Artist
thx for the watch :D
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LuciaGProfessional Photographer
Thank you much for watch :hug:
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nightfall8705Hobbyist Writer
Thank you very much for the watch! :)
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illusion142Hobbyist Photographer
Featured here [link] :heart:
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Thank you for the feature, and for your interest in The Ocean Series. I'm delighted that you have found something of value in my artwork. Sorry for the delayed reply; I've been away (in Denver, CO) attending to a dear friend who is dying of cancer.

Please have a look and consider joining the Remodernist Painters' Group (RPG). I really like your work, and, I think you'll feel at home with us.
Peace & Love,
Carson
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gromykoProfessional Traditional Artist
I love the rothkoic appeal of your sublime works