Saturday, March 03, 2007

The Doors of Perception

Wow! I just posted my very first video to You Tube! This is a slideshow I made a few weeks ago. It includes images of Blake's paintings and engravings, of some of my own artwork, and of some photographs I took. My idea was to combine the images and music in a way that would inspire me to dig deeper into my own imagination and to make connections between the artistry of Blake and my own creative life. I eventually would like to do more of these, along with some short films, all of them exploring the imagination and the creative life.

6 comments:

emmapeelDallas said...

Wow, Theresa, that is an amazing video. I like it very much, and the images, and the juxtaposition of the images, are powerful. I'd love to see more of these.

Judi

Cynthia said...

Theresa, excuse while I shake off these goosebumps. You never stop amazing me! I watched this after a sleepless night and didn't try to process it logically, just let it wash over me. Actually, I think through me would be more accurate. It's very powerful and created all sorts of images and connections in my own mind. the combination of the music,the sounds and the images is something else. You have got to do more of these.

Anonymous said...

Watching this once is not enough. Do you know how to use this weapon? Now it will speak for you. Makes you think. Teagrapple

ggw07 said...

More. But- Where is your voice?
Gretchen

Tom said...

What a debut for YouTube!

Theresa, you have found a new canvas and mode of expression.

This was a powerful display.

Erin said...

Theresa-I enjoyed seeing this! Is the soundtrack all from Dead Man? I saw that movie years ago and only have a vague recollection of it.

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