Rain SquallJuly 6, 2015

Two states, sea and sky, are connected with a veil like rain squall. The sky is all fuzziness with unclear elements obscuring each other. The sea is full of squirming symbols, a flashing language. In the middle of the painting, the farthest mountain de-materializes as it is passed over by the squall. The squall represents the tension between different mind states. In the analytical state everything depends on symbols and labels. Things are seen through language. Where as in ‘the here and now’ the world is seen as much as more primitively felt.Rain Squall