Yesterday we posted a bit of an older question and answer session, between Almine and the Infinite. Today we ask Almine herself some questions about her art.
So if I have a light elixir why would I also want a piece of commissioned art? Or why would I choose a piece commissioned art over a light elixir? I love both, but I’m not sure I could explain this to anyone. I am looking for more clarity. How is it that they can look similar but be completely different?
The art for art’s sake was originally designed for the beneficial influences of the light elixir method of creating art to affect the general public. The premise was that they would buy it for the sake of its beauty and the enhancement of their environment, but it would automatically illuminate illusion in the environment – as light elixirs are designed to do. Some art pieces that have the fluid form structure, such as the Liquid Gem Collection, are in fact serving this purpose, even though they are purchased as artwork. There are other enhancements that use a different method than dissolving the tyranny of space through producing formless form, such as the Impressionist Collection. They cannot technically be called ‘light elixir art’, however, they are designed to release the tyranny of reason and mind. They enhance intuitive non-cognition. Yet again, they are not postured as this so that the average person in the street would recognize their appeal and simply buy them as art.
To summarize, your light elixir has the music that goes with it, however, if you are drawn to a specific art piece on our on-line gallery, it is meant to effect change in your specific environment. We do not always know what we need a light elixir for, not having analyzed where the illusions of our lives truly lie. By being drawn to an art piece and purchasing it, you are led by the heart to the one that will most beneficially affect your life – even though it is not called a light elixir (not having accompanied sound), but is simply art that will change your life.
Take a look at an example of Almine’s “paintings of light” in this post here.