Cataclysm | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

Musing

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Conception | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

Conception (2017)

In an Instant, Life begins..

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Eye Can See (2017)

Indecision. This way? Mind tumbling. Emotions rolling. Hero? Villain? I choose… Both?

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Cryptic Flow | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

Cryptic Flow (2017)

A deconstruction of the original scene. Often times, the scene retains its Color. Visually, it becomes unrecognizable. I tried to enhance the Color and Lighting while deepening the Shadows. There are four layers of the scene combined to create this unusual rhythm of water.

 


Interference | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

Interference (2017)

There is such a clash between contrasting colors that it reminds me of Life. A never-ending conflict or struggle for dominance.

 


Dreamer | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

Dreamer (2017)

Reach for limits you only dream of.

 


Cataclysm | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

Cataclysm (2017)

An overflow of emotion..when it takes over the landscape leaving nothing but feeling.

 


Time And Space | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

Time And Space (2017)

We move through Time & Space hoping our Lives are meant to be more than a momentary reflection.

 


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Compression (2017)

A struggle between two Entities? Good vs. Evil? One mystical creature against another? Perhaps.

 


Abstract Glass | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

Abstract Glass (2017)

When you can bend Reality to your Will — Dreams become Possibilities.

 


Into the Void | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

Into the Void (2017)

Beautiful chaos.

 


Sting | Art by Eric Christopher Jackson

Sting (2017)

The sting of Death steals the glory of Life. Who can possibly win?

 


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Current (2017)

A mixture of textures including Wind, Water, and Sandstone combined with Colour and Light. It reminds me of the ocean, though it’s a mystery of where I am.

 


 

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