We’ve been sort of riding along on an experimental creative art journey for many posts now, and we’ve come to another point where we can look back and see where we’ve been on this, the third leg of the “Art Journey”.
The concept of the Art Journey involves creating a free-flowing creative “train of thought”, composed of individual images which combine together in sequence to form a long continuous image, which ultimately stretches over many posts. The individual images are in turn used as inspiration for written commentaries, often in the form of poetry. The intent of all this is to engage the viewer in a kind of creative voyage of the mind, and the combination of images and concepts in context is what I call “Intercontexting”.
In this leg of the Journey…
We sort of got “stuck in traffic” for a while (again), and had our moods messed with just a little bit…
…And then we got a glimpse of this odd contraption –
– Before hitting the road again on another stylistic detour…
…Then we floated along with some dreamy fantasy images in a soft watercolor style:
…Next, we encountered some images done in a bold, painterly expressionistic style:
…And then we went through a passage of surreal fantasy images:
…And we ended up back at the Moody Stoplight again!
Now let’s see all of the above images as one long continuous image – this is the Third leg of the Art Journey:
(Click on image for larger view, then click again with magnifying glass that appears.)