Posts Tagged ‘out of body’

Superfetation

Thursday, August 30th, 2012

Untitled

superfetation |ˌsoōpərˌfēˈtā sh ən|
noun Medicine & Zoology
the occurrence of a second conception during pregnancy, giving rise to embryos of different ages in the uterus.
• figurative the accretion of one thing on another : the superfetation of ideas.
ORIGIN early 17th cent.: from French superfétation or modern Latin superfetatio(n-), from Latin superfetare, from super- ‘above’ + fetus ‘fetus.’

See this piece in person on exhibit in Detroit, October, at “Damned”.

A Fish Out of Water not so main stream, up stream or down stream

Saturday, March 19th, 2011

Ever feel like a fish out of water? I think I have always felt that way. Never having fit into into various types of groups, or belief systems. I have always valued thinking for myself, and not just accepting what I was taught or told as a child. I’m not so “main stream” I’m a bit of an odd ball or a “fish out of water”. The painting has a bigger connotation in that it suggests embracing differences and there is more to this idea that has to do with needing air, but I haven’t quite figured it out yet.

36 inches by twelve inches

Out of Body

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

Out of Body

Wanted to illustrate the idea of an out of body experience.