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Jory Gaunce
Molecules, Strands, and Life
1999
Computer generated, ink jet and acrylic on paper mounted on wood

15.5 x 7.5 "



"Combining computer generated images with the physical art and substance of paint bridges the gap between tradition and the high tech modern cultures of today.

In the paintings there is a narrative though symbolic language. The visual narrative raises issues of transitions, acceptance, and the opening of opportunities in life.

The body of work deals with the idea of human advancements and our spiritual awareness. The act of painting adds a history of human energy transferred to the picture plane by a brush stroke. The point and click action of the mouse is a dislocated human touch leaving no human energy trail. Working with the computer is Photoshop is dealt in logical movements, compared to the organic free thought of painting.

The Void and the Occupied." - Jory Gaunce





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