Physical Painting Definition

Physical Art is a concrete visual reflection of an original THOUGHT,
inspired by a mystical as well as a scientific philosophy of the world and the artist’s
vision of its working principles. The concept is not an expression limited to a
single mood of an artist and is not inspired by fashion, perversions, or machine,
but is a logical and independently inevitable creative development of modern
art, modern philosophical thinking and scientific knowledge in general. It reflects
a free and deeper human understanding of art and the working law of the visible
and invisible world. It is an intellectual and spiritual force expressed in a strong
physical force. It is an original creative effort to parallel the fundamental character
of cosmic organization, the unitary nature of divine reality. It is an effort to organize
an essential and dynamic esthetic existence through the interplay of the basic
forms of universal energy in its originality and purity. It is an effort to see, to know
and to manifest the invisible; to learn to contemplate the world until the language
and familiarity of it recede and it is seen with a free inner eye in its primal unity and
creative immediacy.

The concept of this art controls the organized esthetic system from its
own original ground. Its outward appearance is a visual realization of its founding
principles. Thus both a scientific mind and an intuitive mind should experience
in this art an intellectual and spiritual attraction. The mind should feel a sense of
timeless primeval play, the silent sound of essential activity.

The spirit is a divine creative energy, and this energy is the source of
all material and non-material manifestations. For this reason, the rational and
physical qualities contain spiritual qualities. A work of Physical Art reflects
such physical, rational and spiritual qualities expressed in an open and highly
organized esthetic unity

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