How to look "and think" about art. no excuses. or deconstructions.

Hudson was, to some an austere figure, with his buzzed head and dancer's body, Hudson was, at the same time, eminently approachable. In each of Feature's iterations, his desk was out in the open, and he politely greeted all comers. Once, when asked how he looked at art, he replied: "The first thing is to be quiet. I drop my agenda or expectations, and listen. Then, I soften my gaze. The eyes are agressive, and once you realize they are out there hunting, you can learn to tune them down, and let what is out there come to you. The body knows things way before the brain does... Art is primarily about the development of consciousness, not the development of an object. The object is just a catalyst."

 Bhrahma Kamala  watercolor on Arches  11.5" x 7.5"  © sp2016

Bhrahma Kamala
watercolor on Arches
11.5" x 7.5" 
© sp2016