Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Sepia-toned Light Language Art Piece

This is a bit different--more pictorial--than the codes or symbols that I normally write in light language. I saw this one in my mind's eye before I actually started painting.

Typically, when I write symbols in light language, it is a form of automatic writing in which my hand moves of its own accord and I cannot predict what the next stroke of the pen will create. I know these symbols carry energy and information, but so far, I've not interpreted much of my own writing unless I'm giving a reading in light language. Other people have given interpretations about what it means to them.

I think the beauty of light language, like any other artistic expression, surpasses the logical mind and goes straight to the heart or soul of the one viewing it. Therefore it has limitless interpretations.

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