What I Listened To…
As promised in last weeks blog, I will reveal today the albums I listened to during the creation of ‘Escapism’. If you have been following this Rock Art Series blog then great, if not you can recap by starting here.
“As we were walking and talking about this I caught a glimpse of my companions face under the hood — yes ladies and gentlemen, it was a very young and blonde Thom Yorke …”
In no particular order, they were:
Some of my favourite songs at the moment are ‘Lotus Flower’ (fan-blooming-tastic video!), ’15 Steps’, ‘Little by Little’ and ‘Bodysnatchers’. I have also had the great honour of seeing them live in London on their ‘Hail to the Thief’ album tour in 2003 — what an experience!
I unfortunately did not have enough time to listen to ALL their albums (as I would have so loved to have done), so what I listened to in the above track-list must have been relevant in some way to the picture. I just went with the flow and stopped when I felt it necessary. I like to think that everything has a quantum reason for taking place, which brings me to my dream…
Bloody Weird or Maybe Not!
I had a dream a few days ago about the painting.
I was walking with a hooded figure who was discussing the painting and linking it to the root chakra (what I like to call the poop chakra ’cause you usually associate that one with letting go of the crap). For those of you who don’t know, the root chakra is associated with your anus.
‘Escapism’ by Cherie Roe Dirksen (below)
As we were walking and talking about this I caught a glimpse of my companions face under the hood — yes ladies and gentlemen, it was a very young and blonde Thom Yorke (the ‘Pablo Honey’ days look).
We then stopped at the painting and he said that it had a coded message in it, one that I subconsciously painted into the picture and it had to do with letting go. Particularly for parents of daughters who were finding it hard to ‘let them go’.
Interesting…it’s like one of those ridiculous stories from Ripley’s ‘believe it or not’…lol. Or maybe not. I have witnessed and experienced enough hoodoo lately to make this just a drop in my ocean of the weird and inexplicable.
So if the dream is true — great! If not, well…‘nice dream’...he he.
Emotions While Painting
Okay, I jotted down a few things that were coming up for me or going through my mind as I was painting. I’m going to list it in point-form so you can better understand the end result of the painting:
- Other worldly/out of this world
- Expressing and experiencing emotional pain and anguish
- Also experiencing pleasure
- Loss and frustration
- Chaotic sound that blends into perfect harmony/order
- Orgasmic sounds in the mix and off-beats
- Being unconventional/out-of-the-box living
- Being different and yet fitting in anyway
- A celebration of being different
I absolutely love their production and orchestration of complete chaos and bizarre beats that amalgamate to produce the tastiest, funkiest songs I have had the pleasure to bathe my ears in.
To end of with: My husband and I (yes, I sound like the queen) went to see a horror movie over the weekend and the ticket man said ‘Why are you going to see such a creepy movie?’, to which I solemnly replied, ‘We are creepy people’.
I am proud to be different and, thanks to Radiohead, we can proudly display the creep within.
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It’s very interesting to see the outcome of your “Radiohead” inspiration. I look forward to your next Artwork!
P.s. Are you selling these?
Thanks, Templeton! I am brewing up the inspiration for the next one and think I may shove The Beatles to the forefront….re selling the paintings…hmmm, I’m actually not sure yet. As an artist, I do get very attached to the pieces. I did want to exhibit them as a series but now I feel like hoarding them to myself *evil chuckle*. I just need to manifest a mansion to put them in as I have no wall space at home 😦
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