For me, abstraction is that conduit between representational reality and imagination. My abstract work exists in the language of dreams, soft focus memories, or selective sharing of emotions. While the content of my work may allude to entities such as planets in the solar system, map structures, bacteria under a microscope or even bubbles from running water, the imagery is never depicting a real moment, but the imagined moment. I like to generate a feeling or impression while suggesting anonymity of the source subject matter. The imagined content of my work seeks to visually live in those moments before we drift to sleep or awaken, when our minds are flush with color, figurative distortions or feelings that have no distinctive form in our physical world.
Systems Series: Little Clusters 1
by Jonathan Fischer
Acrylic on panel board
8 x 8 x 1.5 in
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