Monday, August 15, 2011
It’s interesting for me to read such a post-mortem. I don’t recall thinking consciously about all these things at the time.
I recall playing lots of music and just thinking of the feeling of flying. But his analysis makes sense. I think a lot of things that we think about consciously when we're looking at paintings become unconscious (hopefully) when we're actually in the act of painting. The mind works in strange ways.
"Ideas Made of Light" by Scott McDaniel