I'm a creative creationst. What is that?
When I look at the world around me it's clear that the highly complex order that I see can't possibly be the result of un-ordered, random events, & un-caused causes. It's logically impossible for nothing to produce something, - hence Creativity. Creativity is not recursive. As we explore possible causalities, science, by definition cannot offer any assistance. Such a cognitive exercise cannot continue backward forever. It must eventually be resolved to a self-existent Creator, with the power and motivation to create everything else - the creation.
What we experience on earth is the benefit of mind-boggling symbiosis. Within that symbiotic web was implanted a human seed. Humanity reflects the image of the Creator , but wearing a patina painted by the acid of our imperfection over history. In many places, the patina is more like corrosion. In others, hard won experience can polish it toward a satin sheen.
Yet the Creator discreetly reaches down into that creation, to continue the process, fashioning diamonds from the most undeserving lumps of coal among us. Like much of what the Creator does, that model is often supremely puzzling, yet become a deeply inspiring guide for the creatives in the creation.
As long as I can remember I've craved to understand the wonders of creativity, in turn learning to render from murky lumpy concepts within my mind, into tangible jewels of wonder and clarity, that can be shared with others.
I was graduated from the Art Institute of Phoenix in September of 2013 with a BA in Visual Effects & Motion Graphics. Prior to that I've worked as a graphic designer, illustrator, craftsman, custom painter, and creative writer. With the skill I gained in my degree, I have gained a satisfying ability to go beyond 2D and static portrayals... Since graduation, I've been exploring computer-aided jewelry design. check out MetalUrgency.com
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