Sprout, Deep Field of Snow Painting by Phillip Potter

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Painting: Oil on Canvas.

My work is an exploration of the limitless expanse of creation. I am finding
perception is fluid, you don’t remember things sequentially, you remember back to maybe a time or maybe a place. By being aware of your surroundings, it may peek through at a later time. The work is about the fluidity of existence, life is not fixed.

Time and space are unlimited, perhaps I’ve made this painting before, or you have and I’m copying from you. I make it because it means something to me. Tomorrow it may mean something different. My reason for creating it my change as well. Nothing is definitive, except that nothing is definitive. Everything had the potential of unlimited understandings. There are things that can’t be communicated in words. There are deeper meanings to things. There are deeper understandings to things. I’m not trying to make the viewer have a specific experience or response.

Even if we’re trying to grasp at a concept that doesn’t exist, it’s still nice to grasp for something. If I just made work, it would be a performance, which can be a beautiful thing, but it’s also good to have a final product. We come to a better understanding of ourselves by looking back at what we have done. I make this work because it helps me understand that I can perceive, and that I do exist, and that’s mindblowing.


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Sprout, Deep Field of Snow

Phillip Potter

United States

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Size: 42 W x 54 H x 2.3 in

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