John Paul

John Paul

Location: The Heart / Love travel, love photography, love reading, love music, love art, love people, love nature, love life, love when we connect.
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Love your decisions!

ALWAYS be confident in your decisions. Live life for you. If someone doesn't like it i guess they don't have your best interest in mind. only you can make the decisions that will change your life into what you want it to be.

This movement, interestingly, is observable through the relational information exchanged through a work of art, between creator and viewer. For something to truly exist in a projected moment it must have at least: a creator, or conscious will from a higher dimensional order that issues the creation; and a viewer from that same order, to whom the creation must be shared.

Projected Moments by John Paul – all rights reserved

Today i am exploring worlds (moments) that exist implicitly, but only manifest through a particular approach using a unique set of instruments.

Projected Moments by John Paul – all rights reserved

In my art, when i work with various algorithms, filters, and visual modulators, i discover worlds that couldn’t otherwise be seen. I then begin to understand the process at work and how an image can be achieved.

Projected Moments by John Paul – all rights reserved

It doesn’t matter what name or label we give to a work, but it does matter what function it serves.

Projected Moments by John Paul – all rights reserved

The nature of reality may be the entire composite of moments, moments that enfold and unfold in whole or holy movement.

The nature of reality may be the entire composite of moments, moments that enfold and unfold in whole or holy movement.

It doesn’t matter what name or label we give to a work, but it does matter what function it serves. Is there meaning conveyed and new knowledge gained that brings the creator and viewer into a greater understanding of truth?

It doesn’t matter what name or label we give to a work, but it does matter what function it serves. Is there meaning conveyed and new knowledge gained that brings the creator and viewer into a greater understanding of truth?

The abstracting and pictorial process become quite mysterious as images and various incarnated equivalents reveal themselves on a stage that speaks to worlds more real than reality. When that synthesis occurs, something happens that transcends the boundary of both viewer and creator, in which a greater truth is revealed – art’s mysterious ministry.

The abstracting and pictorial process become quite mysterious as images and various incarnated equivalents reveal themselves on a stage that speaks to worlds more real than reality. When that synthesis occurs, something happens that transcends the boundary of both viewer and creator, in which a greater truth is revealed – art’s mysterious ministry.