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Curiosity

Artwork, Artwork Issue

Curiosity
30x40" - acrylic on canvas

The sights of unfamiliar shapes, objects, and figures may precipitate a strong feeling of curiosity. Curiosity is an urge to explore and discover a reality that is difficult to capture by human senses. There are experiences and realities that do exist beyond the realm of human intelligence and senses.

In the evolution of mankind, it is consented that curiosity played a significant role in the discovery of today’s level of achievements in technology, science, art, and medicine. I have several images that reflect the role of curiosity in the discovery of medical conditions. 
For example, ants rushing toward the urine site of diabetics were a triggering moment in the discovery of diabetes mellitus.

Curiosity is pivotal as the driving fuel that nourishes the creativity of the artist. Therefore our creative mind is in constant dialogue with curiosity. Human creative brain capacity has no boundaries.

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