Jeff is reclaiming his unique digital identity with a sense of clarity.

Art is Life and Life is Art.

Something that I have come to realize is that Art is not a reflection of life nor is life a reflection of art. ART IS LIFE and LIFE IS ART! Every minute that I am not creating art, looking at art, or thinking about art in some way, it’s a minute that dead. Art is the substance that created the universe, and is the substance used to substain the universe. It just is as life just is. In order to live a more fullfilling life one must live art, embrace it, become it, think it, be it. Art’s true focus is in opening the mind’s eye so to speak… connecting the dots between the physical and metaphysical… All religions are art, and have rules, ideas, myths, stories about creation. Creation IS ART. Art is the act of creation. It is the act of connecting the dots that make up the universe. Art is the act of learning to percieve the world with a more detailed view. Art is the ability to perceive infinite levels of detail in all areas of Life. Science would not exist without art as a basis. Religion would not exist without art. Technology is science fictional art before it comes to exist. Our dreams are creations of art. Our realities are created because of our dreams.

ART IS LIFE AND LIFE IS ART.

I want to embrace, become, and be art so that I have a more fullfilling life. You should too! 🙂

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4 responses

  1. Tery M Aldin

    “I want to embrace, become, and be art so that I have a more fullfilling life. You should too! ”

    That is a brilliant way of looking at it! I totally agree with you. I still have silly issues with doing things without there being some sort of purpose to others but I love art.

    Art truely is life…for why do we exist but to create…

    July 17, 2010 at 9:22 am

  2. I agree with you that Art is Life and Life is Art. Art should be photographed as well. Don’t you think? If you have a chance, you might like my blog http://segmation.wordpress.com/2011/04/10/how-to-photograph-your-art/.
    Thanks and enjoy

    April 14, 2011 at 9:14 pm

  3. Love art so much! This a great perspective.

    April 18, 2011 at 12:28 pm

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