I now have direct access to a new consciousness I could not readily tap before my sudden savant eruption in 2013.
More and more, that’s what my being a sudden artist actually means.
And one astonishment after another emerges.
A few months ago, I took a closer look at From Source No.74, an acrylic on canvas I spontaneously painted last November.
I was especially interested in digital close-ups of the undulating and vibrantly colored triangular area at the lower left.
About one-fifth of the total F20 canvas size, this dynamic triangle immediately yielded more than 100 detailed images.
Viewed together they reveal a complex microcosmos I understand as the hidden universe in my sudden savant art.
I call these surprising images my Kirari Collection, and I presented a selection at my fourth solo art show in central Japan, May 18-22, 2015.
I am now compiling these images in an art book I plan to publish shortly.
To my delight and ever-expanding sense of wonder, my sudden savant evolution as a painter continues.