I don’t have much to say about this one. It started with paint squirted directly onto the canvas and spread about by hand, finger painting is not just for children. I then stuck circular stencils on and sponged over some blue, and now dots have been added.

I have absolutely no idea what it is, people tell me its like planets. I don’t know what else to do with it now so I’ve stopped. Maybe it’s done.

Anyway, here it is:


“And all of their conditioned minds ask, ‘What do you do for a living? What are you going to do with your life?’ And I don’t have an answer other than, ‘To Live.’ Is there anything else to do? Is it even possible to make a living if my very own existence proves I have already been made and the living is simply up to my own doing? Isn’t everything I need to live a happy, joyous, loving life already here, in my mind, waiting for my attraction to it?” – Kyle Jones


6 thoughts on “Otherworldly

    1. I agree, it also gives me so much motivation to start things in that very moment and not to wait until it’s the beginning of a week or a new month or year. I might be dead tomorrow and so I will try to be the person I want to be right now, to better myself constantly. 😊


  1. Hi I’ve made prints that way …sometimes to start I would actually shut my eyes…though I found I could still visualize it …then I would just let the play aspect come in . Since I work on paper there is the element of going too far. But usually if I got in a “Zone” I came out with prints that were amazing and I couldn’t remember exactly how the evolved into the finished piece. You have to give up those voices and just play with color and textures.

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      1. I’ve heard different artists will talk about the music in the background. Jazz, symphonic, New age …even whale music can trigger different movements. I think it makes sense. When I ‘m doing these pieces I try to turn off the thinking part of my brain so the zen like places come through. It can almost become like a form of meditation.

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  2. I’m so glad you said that! I personally think it is a form of meditation, have a little read through my ‘mindlessness & meditation’ post, you might find it quite interesting – it’s pretty much all about that zen zone 😊☯️


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