It's really about whether you understand pronouns. You, me, he, she, etc. are concepts we pretend to understand. Their meanings taken for granted as we lob them about like softballs to be smashed in the wheelhouse of life's vernacular. When you realize your story is truly only understood by you, you become tired of telling it, your focus shifts and the story becomes the storyteller, and the painting becomes the painter, the writing becomes the writer. Good art has a certain life in it that is metered by the artist's consciousness. When deftly administered, a communion occurs within the awareness of the viewer. So inspiration moves us brightly to become more aware of the beauty in our world. Ned's art is infused by the understanding of this life-force. His images jump off of the canvas like an impressionistic rendering of Bruce Lee, challenging your understandings of the pronouns composing you.
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