By Jim Pecha B. Arch., Christian Artist,

Minister of Creativity, copyright 2012 ————–

Non-representational art is the most expressive when attempting to present all the aspects of life. The full spectrum of colors can represent the completeness of life or any activity within life.

I wasn’t much of a fan of modern art, non-representational art at first, but when you associate colors with the aspects of life, the art takes on a new meaning.

The simple interaction of the spiritual, intellectual, physical, social and emotional can be pleasing to the eye and insightful. The unique individuality of the photograph or if representing a person could reveal the intellect dominating the composition today, but the social stands out the most while the emotional red is being contained on the side. The greens and browns of the physical are the glue that hold it all together. But, deep within the center is the dark river within humankind.

(The figures are from the internet.)

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