Without making a sound Art is Louder than the Lion; It is substance for the soul.
~Kate the Artist
I did not know what I was doing when I started painting Balance in 2017 and had not intended to create a series. I just let go and went with the flow. It wasn’t until I started wondering about my experience that I began to research into the subconscious reasoning behind what I was painting and realized the power that imagery, symbols, and language, have on our subconscious.
“A picture paints a thousand words in an instant, after all, and symbolism can represent many different concepts all at once, with the use of form and colour.”~Phillip Langdon
The Master Work Series became a tool to help empower others.
There is nothing more empowering than remembering your own power . . . . Remembering Who You Are.
I learned that symbolism and color are packed with insightful meaning, lessons, and multiple layers of truth. It’s a forgotten aspect of our daily reality that can be utilized consciously by us or hindered and hidden by our subconscious.
~ Remembering Who You Are is a journey through Balance ~
Working with the subconscious is like finding puzzle pieces without knowing what the puzzle looks like. What a challenge!
The key to connecting pieces is exploring so much more than just your mind, where discovering the infinite puzzle of you awaits.
The Magic of how the Master Works Work
Where much of the content in today’s world is based on persuading the way you think through the messages of corporations, the media, and “Influencers,” the Master Work Series Inspires Free Thinking. The Series has been one of my greatest teachers and I want nothing more than to share it with You.
Its All About You!
I learned that the subconscious speaks an exotic language that often uses metaphors with symbols and color to communicate. It’s tailored to our individual experience but also provides a connection to the collective, and holds many keys to individual and universal potential. This is mainly done by concepts expressed through the use of archetypes.
Archetypal images are used throughout the Master Work Series because of their relationship with the collective unconscious. They can help the viewer ignite a spark to know oneself and in turn get to know humanity though the journey.
What are the archetypes saying to you? Your subconscious knows, but have you ever asked?
“The fact is that archetypal images are so packed with meaning in themselves that people never think of asking what they really do mean. ~Carl Jung
The collective unconscious is defined by the American Psychological Association as, “the part of the unconscious that, according to Carl Jung, is common to all humankind and contains the inherited accumulation of primitive human experiences in the form of ideas and images called archetypes and manifested in myths as well as other cultural phenomena (e.i., religion) and in dreams. It is the deepest and least accessible part of the unconscious mind.”1
However, the collective unconscious is not the least accessible part of the mind and I do not believe that it’s the deepest either.
The Master Work Series began unintentional and evolved into functional art that, like the intentions of pieces to a puzzle, connect and serve a united purpose; seeing the Self’s Sweet Secret through ones own transmutation and empowerment.
~ Invest the Time to Explore Your Mind and So Much More ~
Thank You for Your Support
Exhibitions of the Master Work Series will be in free spaces where anyone can visit!
There will be 22 paintings when the Series is complete.
Also, there are so many layers to the language of the subconscious that I’m writing a book about it! Be on the lookout for The Self’s Sweet Secret, coming in 2023!
In addition I’m creating a video series utilizing the magic of the Master Work Series to empower Master Work of You, the greatest of all Master Works!
Further, with the help of your support I can provide prints of each painting in the Series for sale too!
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~Surround yourself with Substance Suitable for the Soul~
“To be conscious that we are perceiving or thinking is to be conscious of our own existence.”~Aristotle