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My art making is concerned with coming back to the thing itself, an interactive experience in which action, feeling, and meaning are one. A direct experience that is constantly transforming. Prompted by an idea, a feeling, my body begins to move. The paint records my movements making lines, which divide fields, repeat patterns, form clusters of shapes, textures, colors. My body delights in the going. "Ah, now that was a moment!" My process is the art. It’s a process of evolving liberation -- no rules, no obligations. The mystery of being with what's next. Not in control. Not out of control. Not fixed or defined, but changing the way clouds change, the way water swirls, rivers flow, never the same twice, always something else, but always water, always wet. True to itself.

I'm using Facebook as a venue to invite dialog throughout the development of this body of work. Feel free to follow me…

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  • Joined March 23, 2013

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mixed media, acrylic paints, aerosol paints, kraft paper, cotton canvas, reclaimed wood, industrial metals, glass, charcoal, oil pastels, chalk pastels, wax

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About

My art making is concerned with coming back to the thing itself, an interactive experience in which action, feeling, and meaning are one. A direct experience that is constantly transforming. Prompted by an idea, a feeling, my body begins to move. The paint records my movements making lines, which divide fields, repeat patterns, form clusters of shapes, textures, colors. My body delights in the going. "Ah, now that was a moment!" My process is the art. It’s a process of evolving liberation -- no rules, no obligations. The mystery of being with what's next. Not in control. Not out of control. Not fixed or defined, but changing the way clouds change, the way water swirls, rivers flow, never the same twice, always something else, but always water, always wet. True to itself.

I'm using Facebook as a venue to invite dialog throughout the development of this body of work. Feel free to follow me and join the conversation: https://www.facebook.com/landrumdan


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