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Diana van der Harst, the creator of Leftover Universe, draws inspiration for her range of work from her own life experience and from those beings; human, animal, plant and invisible, that surround her. Her love of all of life in its richness and variety has blossomed into the body of work that continues to evolve. Her work is intuitive, contemplative, spiritual, whimsical, harmonious, unique and poetic. Diana uses a range of mediums including Painting, Drawing, Photography, Illustration, Poetry, Graphics, Ceramics, Textile Art and Fashion & Textile Design thus creating a range of works that include functional objects such as pottery, blankets, cushions and bags each bearing the unique attributes of her style. For a full Artist Statement go to: https://leftoveruniverse.com/about/ For the artist's Resume go to: https://leftoveruniverse.com/about/resume/ View more posts
3 thoughts on “gravity emotions”
Emotions with an electron microscope? I imagine mine in cool colours.
Really? Cool emotion colours for you?
But no, not emotions with an electron microscope here. What I am expressing is the phenomenon of how the emotions of an individual, radiating in the air, can bundle a whole lot of characters and pull them, by the power of gravity, all in the same direction, in the same pattern..
(by the way; the picture is actually a close up of a banksia cone, an Australian wildflower)
Thanks for your kind clarification.