I've made a primer so that you know what each of these symbols mean. I can't be sure of anything these days, except that if this communication reaches you, from my desk in the country to your desk in the city, I am somehow right about what these shapes mean.
White lilies don't read as Christ, doves don't mean the holy spirit, light rays in paintings can imply any number of metaphoric or physical sensations. The vocabulary of symbols broke down long ago, and we're all alone in our studios.
Check the back of the card- from my single perspective, to yours.
I won't start telling you what the paintings mean or the work besides the paintings or how they'll read together. That's why I'm sending this card, because you and I are separate and if this reaches you, you'll know that shapes and colors have the power to move, even within the new vocabularies we invent. You're not alone.
I will be thinking of you all with the work at the opening.
♡ The body of the postcard is where feeling is put into words. The heart is the sentiment, thought and language. Absence is bridged here between to people.
◻ The square is place. If the heart can carry abstract ideas the square is the physical world. It is the direct object.
○ Money and power. The circle contains the energy to transport the heart's ideas to their object.