Cattle Stockade in the San Simon Valley   2 comments

Peloncillo MountainsCattle Stockade in the San Simon Valley, Southeastern, Arizona — Computer art by kenne

When you look at a picture,
what do you see? I mean,
what do you really see?

Is it what you have been told to see?
Or, is what you see the culmination
of your experiences?

By being a slave to convention
you cannot build on experience,
allowing creativity to find new meaning.

You can conform, minimizing creativity,
or you can engage in creative interaction
with the world around you.

Conformity is only the form
to which you must
project creativity.

Form is the frame that holds a picture; it does
not determine what you see.

All form is empty
without creativity, which
gives life new meaning.

— kenne

Posted November 6, 2016 by kenneturner in Art, Computer Art, Information, Philosophy

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2 responses to “Cattle Stockade in the San Simon Valley

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  1. Each of us would definitely see something different here, or let our imagination run wild and build a story from the picture. Our writing group often does that with a picture for a quick writing assignment. There are seldom two ideas even close.

  2. You belong to a very creative group.

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