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şśşŚšŝŝ_MDVRQGHODQFH\#JPDLOFRP One new thought is worth a hundred years of scholarship – because it yields a hundred more.Thinking outside the box offers possibilities of new thought and with it a meritorious opportunity to declare - ‘my world is not flat’. Usually taken for granted is the risk involved in perquisition of the new. This search is a journey that can lead to space where the prolonged surrender of moral institution and perceived safety is necessary. However, even with this unabated offering the instance is a glimmer, and
its acquisition remains as difficult as attempting to toast the tip of a humming bird’s wing. My journeys to this space unearthed a troubling introspective. Between courting the unknown, threading the fringe and my affair with heresy – I imbibed an acrid cocktail of ironies that was chased with two humbling truths: - The quest for enlightenment results in the tightest constraints. - There is no outside the box - only migration to another one.
RICHARD TUDOR Ĺ&#x;ĹĄĹ&#x;ĹžĹœĹœĹĄĹ›Ĺ›Ĺ&#x;ĹšĹœĹžĹž_ULFKDUGGWXGRU#JPDLOFRP My Â name Â is Â Richard Â Dominique Â Tudor. Â Â I Â am Â a Â practising Â Visual Â Artist Â and Â a Â teacher Â at Â the Â Guayaguayare Â Secondary Â School. Â Iâ€™ve Â been Â studying Â at Â the Â University Â for Â the Â past Â seven Â years Â where Â I Â have Â successfully Â completed Â the Â Certificate Â Programme, Â and Â am Â on Â the Â verge Â of Â completing Â the Â BA. Â in Â Visual Â Arts. Â My Â heartfelt Â passion Â for Â creating Â has Â led Â me Â onto Â a Â path Â of Â enlightenment. Â I Â specialize Â in Â capturing Â gestures Â of Â the Â human Â form Â either Â in Â motion Â or Â at Â rest, Â paying Â a Â keen Â attention Â to Â the Â energy Â generated Â in Â the Â movement Â and Â intensity Â of Â the Â line Â used. Â The Â pieces Â which Â are Â
showcased Â present Â an Â experience Â entitled Â â€œEnergy Â in Â Motionâ€? Â or Â its Â symbolic Â abbreviation, Â â€œE-Motionâ€?, Â I Â manipulated Â a Â familiar Â media Â (that Â of Â acrylic Â paint Â upon Â canvas) Â to Â express Â moods Â felt, Â as Â I Â have Â transcended Â through Â time Â which Â allowed Â me Â to Â become Â the Â man Â that Â I Â am Â today. Â Linear Â expressions Â through Â various Â contemporary Â painting Â approaches Â aid Â in Â my Â abstracted Â translation Â of Â the Â human Â portrait. Â Allow Â me Â to Â engage Â and Â stimulate Â your Â intellect Â as Â you Â journey Â into Â the Â optical Â aesthetic.
DCFA VISUAL ARTS EXHIBITION | FINE ART | 2013