Watercolor and gouache paint on archival paper, 11″ x 14,” 2022

‘Pareidolia’ is the tendency to perceive a specific, often meaningful image in a random or ambiguous visual pattern.

I was listening to the TED Radio Hour on NPR the hour was about The Power Of Spaces.

I become engrossed in a talk by architect Simak Hariri, he shared his thoughts on how to create a sacred space. He spoke about his passion for architecture and his chance to design the Bahá’í Temple of South America. Since I am interested in architecture and infusing my work with a sense of the sacred, I was all ears!

Here’s some of the most important points that Mr. Hariri pointed out…
1. Associate beauty and aspiration with what you are here to do.
2. Your work, if done well is like worship.
3. Everything done well, with care, tremendous care, is really an homage to your higher purpose.
4. You aspire for beauty, for sensuousness, for atmosphere, the emotional response – that’s the realm of the ineffable and immeasurable and that’s what you live for, a chance to try.

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Digital Print Sizes

15.25" x 11.5", 30.50" x 23"