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Poem for ” Branches of Hope”

I wrote this long prose poem in response to my painting “Branches of Hope”:

Branches of Hope

 Potentiation of the synaptic pathways for perception,

Transition of oceans of information chains in the trains of the brain

Communication of information for fusion of new visions,

In hope of finding a road made of tied ropes that will follow,

Leading to windows that open to new wiser wired ways,

These may seem to some weird,

But might lead to connections to new dimensions,

For communication of consciousness,

Creating correlations between the brains,

Electrons bearing the news through neurons,

Creating circuits or crisscrossing ways and circles,

Carrying new fantastic plastic patterns,

Perhaps these patterns can inspire paintings with important points,

With flying parrots and some pretty damn good poetries that

Seem to be sync with the synaptic firings and

The links drawn by the flowing liquid ink,

Most likely these will bring the tranquil lakes to our being.



Work in Progress in my Advanced Studio Space

In mid September I published a post titled ” New Beginnings” with a picture of my newly assigned advanced studio space in OCAD which showed empty walls and easel. Here is a look at the space in two weeks. The studio space is located at 205 Richmond St. Toronto, (Corner of 205 Richmond and Duncan St.)

My advanced studio space

The sign between the paintings reads ” Raising Awareness for Autism Spectrum Condition” which will be my focus for this term. I am working on other subjects as well.  I am now making experimental paintings with the theme of colourful puzzle pieces which is the  symbol of Autism Spectrum Condition. However, they need much feedback, critique and reviews by my teachers. So a long journey is ahead…