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  1. Willy Nilly

    I really like the complex patterns of your art. This one takes form and tells a story, but they all do in some way. In my research work in the past, we delved into the mathematical representations of wonderfully complex systems and when we graph them we are awed by a picture that might look like something that occurs in nature like a flower or the ringed waves left by a skipping stone across water. It’s suddenly very poetic, just like your drawings. What appears to most as chaos in nature is really a very precise and well ordered system with incredible depth and meaning. Me thinks you are well tuned to those complexities as well. Thank you for sharing them.


    • Thank you so much for your insightful comment! I don’t really know what I do when I am sketching these! This one though was associated to a poem I wrote “The Peak in Focus” ( ) The only one that I sort of tried to tell a story a I knew myself! The rest of the sketches sort of help me untangle or express thoughts or emotions especially when I cant seem to do them through words! And yes like you said there always something hidden between all those line and curves, and different people tend to see different things! I am guessing a layman’s guess that the mathematical equation or graph has multiple number of solutions! 🙂


      • Willy Nilly

        I followed the link and enjoyed the poem associated with the drawing. You are correct. Some solution sets can be very large. There are plenty of tried and true explanations for the particular drawing patterns, but recently, science has offered a theory in the field of genetics that we can inherit certain aspects of mind that can be transferred in our DNA just like hair, skin, and eye color or in the animal world, how birds always follow a certain migration path to a specific location each year. For example; your drawings have a certain ancient pattern to them expressed over centuries in early periods. If you don’t draw from a concentrated effort to do it a specific way; but, follow an inner voice that guides you, then it could be the mark of your ancestors carried across time to you through your DNA. It’s not something we may accept right away. Time will tell and we can choose to believe it or not. But for a moment, I wonder myself, if my hand isn’t guided by the deep passion of an ancestor that lived in ancient times. A nice thought, regardless of any science fact or fiction.


  2. I grow more and more curious about this, And indeed to think my hand guided by an ancestor, makes me feel so connected to history, family and human evolution! 🙂 Thank you so much 🙂


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