Cycle of Thought and Creation

Cycle of Thought and Creation

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Original size 40×30 (oil painting) 2014

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Stemming from a high school drawing, this piece tilted ‘Cycle of Thought and Creation’ brought into awareness the significance of what Adelaide was already tapped into in her early ‘doodle’ days. Created mostly live in a variety of public spaces, Adelaide’s devotion to this piece brought focused energy in otherwise scattered environments. This creation compliments the over arching concept in her ‘Imagine That’ series, which symbolically expresses that our minds and our ability to create ideas shape reality as we know it. Our thoughts give birth to outer REALities and therefor our inner world is as REAL as what we can perceive elsewhere. The creature is neither male nor female, yet has aspects of the both. The sun in the beard represents the male and the moon on forehead represents the female, yet also is a common symbol in Hindu and Muslim culture. The Creature resembles hanuman, the Hindu monkey god who is worshiped as a symbol of physical strength, perseverance and devotion. The CREATure is also as pART lion, representing courage and brevity with dreadlocks of history and creativity. From its brain stems an unraveling cortex that becomes the umbilical cord of a fetus. Thoughts give life! The cortex wraps around a flower that spews out paint the same color as the unborn child. To Adelaide, flowers and all of nature, represents life as much as the human form. Adelaide views the relationship between creating art and creating literal life as very related. She says, “I do see my creations as my children, something I have indeed created, yet also something that takes on a life of it own, and affects people on a very individual and personal level.” This creation specifically blends that relationship through its 2 dimensional expression of The cycle of Thought and Creation.

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12×16, 18×24, 24×32, 30×40

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