Rod Jones, Moonrise Over Golden Gate Bridge, oil on canvas, 48 x 60.
Receptive Abstract Patternism is a new type of art distinguished by the artist receiving conscious and sub-conscious signals and stimuli to create an image independent of common form, held together by the continuity and comfort of a pattern.
Like snowflakes no two are alike, but yet, each one is in common with the other. Structured yet fluid.
Each is fragile but contemporarily strong. You remove one square or one element and they simply fall apart. They are immensely influenced by their surroundings and the light that falls on them. In one moment they can be soothing and meditative and the next deconstructed, energetic and modern.
“I was once asked if my work has meaning beyond the conscious mind, all I can say is the very nature of non-interpretive art invites interpretation. The depth in which one explores is subject to one’s historical reference point. We are all products of our life experiences and our willingness to immerse and participate.”
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