Examining the fingerprint of the soul
A collision collaboration of reflective dimensional shifts
When an image is reflected, reality bends and folds revealing an unseen or alternate dimension. The vision which appears in the reflection directly relates to three variables: the reflection artist, the viewer and the original subject of the image. Reflection artists reveal mandala expressions which combine all three variables. This is evident when the viewer sees a personal or collective parallel vision within a reflection.
Artists reveal and communicate a visual transmission of the personal and collective unconscious. Personal Unconscious is what relates to you as a growing individual over the course of your experience in this reality. Collective Unconscious is an inherited shared memory which has been expressed since ancestral times. Evidence of an autonomous action in the collective unconscious can be seen through recognizing the parallels in symbols, dreams, myths and world religions.
Erik Heyninck’s post about his drawing: Castalian Visions
I have begun collaborating with visionary, surrealist, dark and fantastic artists. I am honored to explore their work through my stylized reflection technique. Erik Heyninck is a fantastic artist based in Belgium. Erik’s prime works are amazingly detailed stylized drawings and paintings. Most of his shading is meticulously drawn with individual lines. I had the absolute pleasure of exploring Erik’s “De Natura Luminis – On the Nature of Light” digital drawing. Within the reflections I discovered a dark levitated Buddha, bird and egg-like organic forms and an ominous goddess or great dark mother. A European style pattern emerged in the reflections possibly expressing Erik’s unconscious sense of place.