Saturday, February 4, 2012

Featured Lecturer at Savannah College of Art & Design

Presentation thesis: 
From an artistic point of view, the most fertile valleys, the most lushly grown fields, and the most exuberant gardens all exist within the landscape of the human mind.  They are given potency by that which we call creativity, and compelled into existence by the ever present need for spiritual sustenance and personal expression.  They shift and drift along the tectonic plates of our contextual identity, and become flooded or barren on the basis of how we feel.

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