I think artists of all genres and media have to learn to really look at what’s in front of them, beside them, behind them. And then paint or draw or somehow portray what their own vision has seen. No two people will ever see the same exact scene – one will see a different shade of red, for example, and another person will be entranced by the way the light’s falling and creating a unique shadow. People are all alike and all experiencing many of the same heartaches and joys – and all seeing things differently, with shared commonality.

That’s really grooving on being human. Uh-huh. You’re nodding your head; you know what I mean. Peace, brothers and sisters. Tist