Description God spoke from the burning bush. This is an abstract art print for sale. You can get this design in large and small sizes at a cheap price. Add definition and character to any room with these contemporary colors, ideas, and forms. Buy today!Automatic Drawing. The marker moves fast, with no plan about what it should make. I find that a new marker, produces a punchy drawing unlike any other. For every drawing that makes it to a finished artwork, there are about 100 that remain as improvised sketches. I roll up the rejects and through them in the trash.With a sharpie, there are no mistakes and I am forced to accept every line, and every gesture as the basis of the work. Factors like the age of the marker and the type of paper drastically effect the drag and friction of the motion, producing very different results. Smooth paper creates wide swirls and dancing waves, while rougher paper causes intricate folding and interlocking shapes. The size of the paper also plays a role in what kinds of shapes emerge.I pile these up on my desk, later digging through to harvest the good ones. Sometimes when I'm drawing, I know that it's primal and good. Sometimes I know it's just rehearsed mindstuff and I abandon it. Sometimes it comes in a frenzy of motion, tears, gratitude, and absolute detachment. My eyes are looking for something fresh and completely novel. Sometimes, it feels like my hand can lock-on to a kind of magnetic field, tracing the contours of an unknown dimension. In simple terms, my work proves that a unified field exists without the need of a Large Hadron Collider. Call Him God, the universe, or consciousness, it does not matter. The experience is beyond words and is never bound by them.The surreal forms and shapes of my work are similar to those of Salvador Dali. However, Dali was focused on depicting material objects in a dreamy world of conscious and unconscious symbols. Unlike Dali, my works do not depict material symbols or objects, and instead leave beh
Noah Hornberger, Howell Member Since August 2012 Artist Statement Art to bring joy, quickly reminding us of the beauty of endless possibilities. I studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. I have worked at Pixar Animation Studios as a Technical Director and at Schawk as a research artist. I'm now a stay at home father doing all forms of art and multimedia on my own terms. Enjoy!
I have drawn pictures ever since I can remember. Artistic expression is deeply embedded in my physical, emotional, and spiritual existence. As I grow, my work becomes less about my individual hand and more about universal creativity. My themes are the dance of life and of ultimate consciousness expressed through the human form.
I use improvisation to make work that comes from the soul, deeply expressing the abundant creative energy of this universe. I also seem drawn to minimalist beauty, the concept of the artistic frenzy, and transcendental art. This is because the story of my life is full of transcendental experiences. When art is truthful, it speaks from experience, and my experience is inherently joyful. Thus, my work is a reflection of the joy that has graced my experience.
I make special intentions to let the work free of the mind, to provide windows of form that remind viewers of the inherent beauty and grace in existence itself. Consider purchasing a print to add a special splash of imaginative color to your living space.