Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistPJ Gorman Collectionshaman
Description During 2000, I was making hand pulled silkscreen paintings of some of my photography and drawings. My wife Kelly was the designer who made it possible to create that work and to whom I give credit for this artwork.
PJ Gorman, Pennsylvania Member Since February 2007 Artist Statement My “shaman” paintings are intended to give the viewer a feeling of balance and protection. The asymmetry is important in my work to retain an organic feeling and reflects a struggle for unattainable perfection in life. I am evoking mythological and shamanistic themes, representing powers outside the realm of ordinary experience. My influence draws upon the art of tribal cultures it is from that point of view I approach design.
Dot paintings are the traditional art from of Australian Aborigines. Originally these works were known as sand or ground paintings made with natural materials and represented the mythical experiences of life.
These paintings are my interpretation of this ancient art form using modern materials. The spiral represents the infinite life force All paintings are done free-hand, no stencils are used. I like to think of each dot as a meditation of peace and balance. Every circle relates to one another and is metaphor for the cellular make up of the universe.